Parent Collaboration: Because You Love
During and after the turmoil of divorce, it can be hard to imagine building a peaceful, collaborative co-parenting relationship with your ex. You want to do it for your kids’ sake. You need it for your own peace of mind. But how?
That's where I can help.
Though each family has its unique strengths, concerns and challenges, one common thread is that parents often have difficulty finding ways to communicate support for each other's relationship with the children and trusting each other's intentions after divorce. Having endured the pain and stress of the divorce process, working out logistics related to the children's welfare and the parenting plan can be challenging.
My practice focuses on creating a safe space for parents to reconnect with their strengths as parents and as people. We find and practice ways to express concerns, needs, and interests related to the children that allow each parent to feel heard and that make collaborative co-parenting possible--an outcome both parents can feel good about. With this foundation, parents can work together to create positive solutions that will leave your kids whole and happy.
I also provide co-parent counseling, as well as individual and family therapy for divorced parents and families, through the DEEP Center for Counseling & Psychotherapy Training. For more information, please visit: www.jknightdeepcounseling.com