Co-parent Counseling

What Is It?

Parents want the best for their children, yet separation and divorce can take a toll on both the parents and the children they love. With divorce, comes a plethora of new roles and other changes. There can be feelings of frustration, anger, or grief, which can get in the way of positive parenting. Research has documented the negative impact of parental conflict on children. Co-parent counseling is a great way to manage conflict during or post-divorce, thereby supporting the healthy growth and development of the children. However, co-parent counseling is not for parents who have high conflict. It is not marital therapy.

The requirements for co-parent counseling are as follows:

Co-parent counseling can address:

Contact Us

Please contact one of the following clinicians if you are interested in co-parent counseling.

Notice: To see if one of the following providers has availability, please click here and filter by "Accepting New Clients" then reach out to them directly to schedule.