- reduces the child’s stress
Family relationships do not disappear when a marriage ends in separation or divorce. Divorce and separation do not dissolve the family; rather it becomes a two-home structure as opposed to a one-home structure.
Hostility and aggression can place a tremendous strain on the development of a child. It is how parents navigate separation and divorce that determines the effect of this traumatic life event on their children. How parents interact and manage their new family dynamic influences a child’s ability to adjust.
The process of conscious uncoupling and transition to collaborative parenting is challenging, yet essential to reduce the adverse effects of this life situation.
Collaborative parenting is a child-focused process. Establishing positive co-parenting skills helps reduce the impact of the negative patterns that so easily become traps in separation and divorce. Acknowledging that the archaic views of separation and divorce do little to serve families torn apart by this process.
We can provide education on the benefits of collaborative co-parenting and support healthier transitions for families. Complete the form below to book an appointment with Alison Lewis from the Wildflowers’ Team.
Collaborative parenting session are intended to support and strengthen the co-parent relationship. These sessions are not intended as private therapy for past marital issues. The intention is to build a stronger healthier relationship as co-parents and find common ground for the benefit of the children. Some benefits of collaborative parenting include:
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