A Co-Parenting Program for Divorcing and Separating Parents
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Through an online interactive format, parents learn effective skills that will immediately change the way they interact. Five realistic scenarios are enacted and critiqued in streaming video. Participants then choose from among realistic solutions and explore different ways of handling the conflicts. Each section includes in-depth tutorials, question and answer sessions, and a quiz to further engrain the new skills.
Both effective and ineffective solutions are depicted for each problem faced within these issues. This is then followed by comprehensive critiques and explanations of the skills and communication methods viewed. Through these lessons parents will learn how to improve their interactions through active listening, mastery of "I statements", empathy and sensitivity, role modeling, and better overall communication skills.
To get started and see an immediate difference in your interactions, sign up today!
"We've been using Children In Between program distributed by the Center for Divorce Education for 10 years. It's been life changing for so many families!"
"Excellent...Superb...I was impressed with the quality."
"Had we taken CIBO before ending our marriage, the skills we learned may have saved our marriage."
"I highly recommend CIBO to anyone who wants to have a closer, more respectful relationship with the other parent and children."
"The only program on divorce, listed on the National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices, that reduces parental conflict."
"Children in Between Online made me think very hard about my actions with my soon to be ex-spouse and what is best for our son."
"After taking CIBO and putting the skills I learned into practice, my kids are much more at ease and know that they can talk to daddy about anything, and it's OK. I recommend this class to everyone!"
"This program was recommended by our co-parenting counselor and I would recommend it to other couples who are thinking about or getting a divorce involving children. In fact, I have recommended it to one of my co-workers already. What was most useful for me was the different techniques of communication - self talk, "I" statements, etc."