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Co-Parenting Support

Parenting together is challenging under the best of circumstances and certainly difficult under the worst as in divorce. Whether married, separated or divorced, if you have children, you likely need to parent together. Peaceful, consistent, and purposeful communication is essential to the success of co-parenting and the well-being of your child—even though it may seem absolutely impossible. Cooperative co-parenting can give your children continued stability and close relationships with both parents.

Dr. Singer helps guide the parenting partnership, teaching parents to work together. In cases of divorce this can ensure that children feel that they are more important than the conflict that ended the relationship—and understand that a parent's love for them will prevail despite changing circumstances. Children whose divorced parents have a cooperative relationship feel secure, benefit from consistency, better understand problem solving and have a healthy example to follow.

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