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Co-Parenting Therapy



"The best security blanket a child can have is parents who respect each other" - Jane Blaustone

What is Co-Parenting?

Co-parenting allows you to put your children's needs ahead of your own. This is key to the successful co-parenting relationship. The fact that your marriage is over does not mean that your communication patterns and interactions need to be negative, confrontation or stressful. Our therapists have experience facilitating co-parenting sessions that allow families to navigate separation and divorce in a way that honors the family and puts the children first.

Co-parenting is a private-pay service often ordered by the court. Please contact us for more information regarding fees associated with this service.