“The secret to change is to focus all of your energy not on fighting the old, but on building the new”. -Socrates
You have made the decision to divorce or break up and now your focus is on your child. You are worried about how they will cope and if they will be able to thrive.
If you find yourself here, then there is a good chance that you want to know how to co-parent in a way that will most benefit your child. And that’s really half the battle.
Co-parenting therapy can be done with both parents or just one parent and the focus will always be on what is best for your child.
Many couples are moving towards an amicable style of co-parenting, where they regularly communicate, are flexible and truly have their child’s best interests at heart. Other couples are not at this stage yet and may never be. But don’t give up hope. There are ways to be an effective co-parent even if you feel that your ex spouse is not cooperative.
Please call today to get started on your co-parenting plan – Saturday and Sunday appointments are available!