Terri offers co-parenting counseling to parents in the divorce process or already divorced trying to implement a parenting plan. The goal of co-parenting is to have a cooperative parenting relationship while living separate lives.
How can my spouse and I continue to parent our children even after the divorce?
Although parents have made the decision to live life apart, they will be parents together for the rest of their lives. Co-parenting counseling helps divorcing or divorced parents continue to raise their children together, while living separate individual lives.
“We can never agree on anything about the kids, we always end of arguing, even about the smallest issues.”
The primary goal of co-parenting counseling is to restructure the parents’ communication to more effectively and safely approach each other. This type of counseling also allows a venue to address outstanding issues involving the children that can range from behavioral problems to scheduling difficulties.
“My ex and I can’t even be in the same room with each other without tempers erupting and voices rising, let alone raise our kids together!”
Yes, even in the worst cases, co-parenting counseling can be the catalyst to turn your relationship around! Terri provides effective tools to help parents not only relate and communicate with each other, but to establish an amicable relationship that extends beyond the parenting roles.
Co-parenting counseling is geared towards divorced parents to help them elop a “business relationship” of cooperative parenting.
It is imperative that parents shed their dysfunctional communication patterns and learn more effective and non-combative ways to communicate with the other parent. Co-parenting counseling provides parents with the tools and parenting strategies to accomplish this goal.
“How can we maintain a consistent schedule for our kids?”
Terri has eloped a comprehensive Parenting Plan Guide and Workbook that addresses the common issues divorced parents face. She works with each parent individually and jointly to create a plan to allow both parents to have a voice in the parenting role. Co-parenting counseling provides parents with the tools and parenting strategies to accomplish this goal.
Parents continue in the negative cycles established long before their divorce was final.
Negative cycles can change! Terri teaches parents to recognize those negative cycles and change their communication patterns and behaviors. Terri can help you turn the negative cycle around from dread and avoidance to a purposeful relationship allowing you to effectively and amicably parent your children.
My spouse and I have a parenting plan in place and are able to function within its parameters. . . most of the time.
For parents who have a parenting plan in place, but are facing a difficult stage in their child(ren)’s lives or an issue has come up causing parental conflict, Terri offers Co-Parenting Counseling to help families over those rough patches to present a united parental front.
Children are often the silent victims of divorce.
Co-parenting gives parents tools that allow them to continue to give their children the security of each parent’s love and commitment. Co-parenting teaches parents how to restructure their relationship to meet the needs of their children…together.
Don’t allow your children to pay the price of your divorce. Call Terri today. Take Charge, Inc. is located in Overland Park, KS. Click Here to send us an email or call with your questions and our staff will give you all the information you need about our services.