Flatirons Counseling Services provides co-parenting counseling and therapy for parents who share mutual and cooperative responsibility for raising their children after a divorce.
There is no question that parenting after a divorce can be extremely challenging. When a parents’ divorce ends their personal relationship but continues the parental relationship, difficulties often erupt when co-parents fail to properly communicate. This often leads to the inability to separate personal issues from parenting issues.
Poor co-parenting can directly affect your children through the frequent exposure of unresolved conflict. Children with a solid co-parenting alliance benefit from a safe and secure base from which to grow. This stability should be the goal of any co-parenting relationship.
How Can Flatirons Counseling Services Help with Co-Parenting Counseling?
Flatirons Counseling Services can help one or both parents with co-parenting counseling and therapy. By helping both parents separate relationship-related distress, grief, and anger from the ongoing co-parenting responsibility, we’ll help you focus more effectively on parenting.
Co-parenting counseling will help you establish scheduling agreements for your child, identify strategies to improve joint decision-making, while also improving the quality and authenticity of your communication.
To learn more about how Flatirons Counseling Services can help you with co-parenting counseling and therapy, contact us for a complimentary initial consultation.