Separating? Divorcing? Already split?

Regardless of the circumstances, children may struggle when their parents separate.
But there are ways to help you, and your ex-partner, keep your focus on the children’s needs.

Click here to sign up for free support.

​Since child behaviors often get worse during these difficult times, this five-week Family Transitions course is followed by support with either a specific child behavior or two, or with a group class for all of the child behavior management strategies that Triple P offers.

NOTE: An initial meeting (by phone or Zoom video conference) is required.
Ex-partners can, but do not need to, be in the same class together.

About The Course

In five classes lasting two hours each, once a week for five weeks, get support for the following:

Class 1 – Avoiding common “parent traps”
Classes 2 & 3 – Effective coping and anger management strategies
Class 4 – Handling difficult conversations about the kids with your ex
Class 5 – Caring for yourself, your best life as a single parent

All classes and materials are provided at no charge for any Rowan County, NC, resident – thanks, in part, to support from Rowan County.

Peaceful Coparenting
Peaceful Co-parenting Part 1

Co-Parent: Keeping the Peace
Peaceful Co-Parenting Part II

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