Online Parenting Without Conflict Class

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Parenting Without Conflict®

A High-Conflict Co-Parenting Class

6 Hour Online Class

Parenting Without Conflict

by New Ways for Families ™

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8 Hour Online Class

Parenting Without Conflict

by New Ways for Families ™

$99.99 Add

12 Hour Online Class

Parenting Without Conflict

by New Ways for Families ™

$139.99 Add

16 Hour Online Class

High-Conflict / Anger Management

by New Ways for Families ™

$169.99 Add

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Goal

The goal of this class is to provide a skills-based information specific for parents who would benefit from learning new communication, emotion management, and problem-solving skills to effectively resolve co-parenting disagreements while remaining calm and protecting their children from conflict.

Parenting Without Conflict® is designed by Bill Eddy, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, lawyer (Certified Family Law Specialist), mediator, author and international speaker. This class focuses on positive future behavior, empowering parents to manage their emotions when communicating with their parenting partner, as well as their children. Included are skills on effective co-parenting, teaching your child skills for resilience for future success, and using appropriate problem-solving skills moving forward, rather past negative behavior.

This is a Level 2 High-Conflict Co-Parenting class designed for parents that are:

  • struggling with joint decision-making
  • in need of improving their emotions, communication and problem-solving skills
  • engaging in a formal or informal decision-making process regarding divorce and custody decisions or modifications
  • able to read at the 8th-9th grade reading level or higher (English or Spanish) and are competent with basic computer skills

Parenting Without Conflict Outline

  • Unit 1 - Coping with Stress (Managed Emotions)
  • Unit 2 - Solving Co-Parenting Problems (Flexible Thinking)
  • Unit 3 - Avoiding Over-Reacting (All or Nothing Thinking)
  • Unit 4 - Influencing Your Type of Co-Parent
  • Unit 5 - Extreme Behaviors and the Effect on Your Child's Brain
  • Unit 6 - How to Avoid Becoming a “High-Conflict” Case
  • Unit 1 - Coping with Stress (Managed Emotions)
  • Unit 2 - Solving Co-Parenting Problems (Flexible Thinking)
  • Unit 3 - Avoiding Over-Reacting (All or Nothing Thinking)
  • Unit 4 - Influencing Your Type of Co-Parent
  • Unit 5 - Extreme Behaviors and the Effect on Your Child's Brain
  • Unit 6 - Raising Healthy Children
  • Unit 7 - Child Development Goals
  • Unit 8 - How to Avoid Becoming a “High-Conflict” Case
  • Unit 1 - Coping with Stress (Managed Emotions)
  • Unit 2 - Solving Co-Parenting Problems (Flexible Thinking)
  • Unit 3 - Avoiding Over-Reacting (All or Nothing Thinking)
  • Unit 4 - Influencing Your Type of Co-Parent
  • Unit 5 - Extreme Behaviors and the Effect on Your Child's Brain
  • Unit 6 - Raising Healthy Children
  • Unit 7 - Child Development Goals
  • Unit 8 - Parenting Schedules
  • Unit 9 - Using Professionals
  • Unit 10 - New Partners and New Families
  • Unit 11 - Handling Financial Issues as Co-Parents
  • Unit 12 - How to Avoid Becoming a “High-Conflict” Case
  • Unit 1 - Coping with Stress (Managed Emotions)
  • Unit 2 - Solving Co-Parenting Problems (Flexible Thinking)
  • Unit 3 - Avoiding Over-Reacting (All or Nothing Thinking)
  • Unit 4 - Influencing Your Type of Co-Parent
  • Unit 5 - Extreme Behaviors and the Effect on Your Child's Brain
  • Unit 6 - Raising Healthy Children
  • Unit 7 - Child Development Goals
  • Unit 8 - Parenting Schedules
  • Unit 9 - Using Professionals
  • Unit 10 - New Partners and New Families
  • Unit 11 - Handling Financial Issues as Co-Parents
  • Unit 12 - How to Avoid Becoming a “High-Conflict” Case

Contact Us if you would like a comprehensive class outline.

New Ways for Families® is a new program designed by Bill Eddy, LCSW, Esq. and is a project of High Conflict Institute. It was developed to help potentially high-conflict families facing separation and divorce learn skills for self-management and successful co-parenting. It is designed to help families avoid getting stuck in a never-ending high-conflict battle that costs huge sums of money, involves multiple professionals, works against the child's best interests and impacts them in both their short-term and long-term well-being.

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