Divorce is not something that happens once in a courtroom. It is a lifetime change for everyone in the family. Old patterns have to be changed and new patterns have to be tried out and then kept or thrown away. Using a GPS analogy, CoParenting After Divorce: A GPS for Healthy Kids presents a road map to making changes in the new family system, either with or without the help of a parenting coordinator. Included are: - Explanations of the process - Examples of parenting coordination - Self-assessment exercises to help parents assess their own behaviors - Specific tools to help improve communication, focus on children's needs, and resolve parenting issues - Develop a customized parenting plan The whole family will benefit from this dynamic, scientifically-supported information. It will help parents understand the benefits parenting coordination; how to track factors important for children's development; how and when to adjust the parenting plan; and how to handle bumps in the road and avoid common mistakes!
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