Parenting After Divorce

Parenting After Divorce

Research shows that it is not the divorce itself that is so damaging to children. Rather, the on-going conflict and interruption in parenting is what creates distress for children. The ability of parents living apart to work together in a co-operative, business-like manner has a direct impact on how well and how quickly children adjust to their new circumstance and return to normal levels of functioning. Our classes are designed to help parents establish and maintain just such a co-parenting relationship. Important Facts About Our Co-Parenting Classes: Meets the requirements of courts throughout Colorado More than 65,000 parents served since 1993 Highly-experienced male-female teams of mental health professionals and educators Curriculum reflects the most recent research about children of divorce Convenient locations throughout the Denver Metro Area Reduced fee for qualified indigent participants Offered in English and Spanish

Two Classes Offered Level I. An introductory class for those who are in the process of separation and/or divorce. For more information, click on the Introductory Class page. Level II. An advanced class for those who have had more difficulty forming and maintaining a business-like co-parenting relationship, as well as for those who want to improve a co-parenting relationship which is working fairly well.
303.329.9942
P.O. Box 217
Broomfield, CO 80038
The First Provider of Co-Parent Education In Colorado, Parenting After Divorce-Denver is a Colorado non-profit corporation started in 1993. Our mission is to provide the best in co-parent education to divorcing, divorced and never-married parents living apart.

See here for schedules and locations: http://www.parentingafterdivorce.org/pg4.cfm We accept credit cards for advanced registration. We do not accept credit cards at the classes. Credit card payments for Saturday classes are not processed after noon on the Friday before the class.