Co parenting class creates an opportunity for parents and family members to shift their attention from the personal aspects of divorce to the needs of their children. By using a psychoeducational approach, the online co parenting class focuses on the enhancement of the children's ability to function within their families, the relationship between the separate households, and how to improve the parental relationship to provide a nurturing, non-threatening home environment. The online co parenting class is suited for all parents, grandparents, or others that directly or indirectly influence decisions about children.

A divorce is never a first choice or a desired end and it is the children who are caught in the middle. Voice for Children and Nurturing Families knows the importance of protecting children's innocence while continuing to provide for their development. Through our online co parenting class, Voice for Children and Nurturing Families works to strengthen families by providing adults the skills to maintain a much more effective relationship that will provide a nurturing, non-threatening environment for their children.

When families do break up parents need to learn how to help their child adjust to the changes in their lives. Voice for Children and Nurturing Families co parenting class helps improve the quality of the parental relationship by reducing conflict and to impress on parents their critical role in helping their child adjust through co parenting.

The Co Parenting Classes Benefits Children by:

Reducing their symptoms of stress as parental conflict decreases
Increasing the likelihood of keeping two actively involved parents
Diminishing their sense of needing to choose between parents
Creating a more relaxed home atmosphere
Reducing the likelihood of adolescent drug and alcohol problems, teen pregnancy, dropping out of school, crime
Helping a child to feel acceptance

The Co Parenting Classes Benefits Parents by:

Helping parents to put your children's needs first
Teaching effective communication and conflict resolution skills
Helping to recognize the importance of parental bonds with both parents
Fostering sensitivity to the child's needs and feelings
Enabling parents to accept personal responsibility for their own actions
Establishing the long-term benefits of Parenting
Acknowledging the financial responsibilities of both parents
Decide your child will not come from a broken a home, They are going to have two homes

The  Co Parenting Classes will cover:

Emotional effects of divorce
Emotional and behavioral reactions to divorce by children
Parenting issues relating to specific developmental stages
Stress indicators in children
Conflict Management
Family stabilization through Parenting relationship development
Financial responsibilities of parenting
Family violence
Spousal abuse
Child abuse and neglect
Community resources and services