Did you know that divorce itself doesn't necessarily have a negative impact on children? The relationship between coparents is the main factor that impacts a child's adjustment after separation .
Coparenting education provides parents the information and resources that help them establish a foundation for child-focused parenting after separation or divorce. Neutral Ground Solutions offers three options for coparenting education.
Crossroads of Parenting and Divorce is designed to help separating/divorcing parents prevent or minimize emotional harm to children that is caused when bitterness and anger cause parents to lose sight of their child’s needs.
Most Indiana county courts require separating/divorcing parents to take a coparenting workshop. The Crossroads Workshop has been accepted by many county courts including Hamilton, Marion, Boone, Hendricks, Johnson, Delaware, Tipton, and Hancock. Please contact us if you have questions about your county that is not listed.
The Crossroads Workshop is held on the 4th Monday of the month at 4:00pm on Zoom with a live facilitator. The cost is $84 for an individual and $126 for coparents. Certificates of Completion will be e-filed with court.
Registration requirements include payment to hold a seat, review/signature of a Service Agreement, and final payment prior to receiving the workbook and Zoom link.
Cooperative Coparenting through Separation or Divorce is a 4-week course that offers the most extensive, informative, and interactive cooperative parenting resources to date and examines the complex realities of divorce and separation.
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The Cooperative Coparenting classes are for
The Cooperative Coparenting classes will be held in April and September 2024, in Noblesville, IN. The cost is $300 per parent. Registration requirements include payment to hold a seat and review/signature of the Service Agreement.
Coparenting coaching is coparenting education that focuses on one family's specific coparenting situation. Coaching with Neutral Ground Solutions is not therapy; it is skill-based learning that includes identifying healthier coparenting perspectives, relevant tools, skills and resources. Coaching allows parents to explore potential options for resolution and is guided by the Cooperative Coparenting education resources. Coaching does not include assessments or recommendations, or aim to resolve the coparenting conflict during the coaching sessions. However, coparents may find that conflicts can be resolved as the coaching process takes place.
Coparenting coaching is 4, 6, 8, or 12 weeks in-person or on Zoom. Coparents attending together is ideal, but parents may register individually. The cost per coparenting coaching is $90 per week. Registration requirements include a deposit and review/signature of a Service Agreement.