Coparenting after separation

 Coparenting coaching after seperation

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Whether it is ordered by the court, suggested by your lawyer or you have decided on your own, parental coaching allows parents who are separated, divorced or have decided not to live together, to achieve a co-parenting style that is mutually satisfactory and that takes into account the needs and interests of the children as well as the needs and means of each parent.


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Parental coaching after separation can also help parents who have decided to form a stepfamily. Together, we will find strategies and tools that facilitate everyone's adjustment so that you can build strong marital and family ties while respecting those that already existed.

So whether it is for parents who are ending their marriage and who want to adapt to their new role as co-parent or new spouses who want to unite their children under one roof, parental coaching will support you in these new challenges.

As a parental coach, our accredited family psychoeducator, Ms. Kim Cairnduff, acts impartially and benevolently, representing neither of you, but has the role of helping you achieve a mutually satisfactory co-parenting .

 

To do so, you accept to be transparent, agree that the discussion should take place in a climate of cooperation where each of you will respect the other and will work to find solutions that will be of mutual interest and more particularly in the best interests of your children.

This service is not an evaluation but a support offered to parents who have terminated their marital relationship and wish to continue their parenthood in harmony. Family coaching at home can be added to the approach as required.

 

 

Kim C Services - 514-779-0721