CDE's Children in Between (CIB) Traditional Class Setting
This discussion group format is commonly offered by community agencies or independent providers to parents who are typically mandated to attend a co-parenting or divorce education class by a domestic relations court.
The curriculum itself is designed to be delivered in a skills-based approach, allowing parents to walk away with discrete actionable tools they can use to improve their interactions. Each class is lead by a facilitator (to be determined locally); with an optimal class size of no more than 15 participants. Note: Research proves that this optimal class size ensures participants have better interaction with each other as well as improved interaction with the material.
The Children in Between DVD Starter Kit Includes:
- Discussion Leader's Guide to help facilitate class sessions;
- Programs for Divorcing Parents: A Service Provider's Handbook- A basic "how to" guide for setting up and running parent education programs;
- A DVD that depicts the various scenarios for discussion groups; and
- 30 each of the What About the Children booklet & Children in Between Parent/Child Activity booklet.
(This supply is enough to hold 2 classes.)
- A password to access the Google Slides Presentations for use in presenting in a traditional classroom (discussion group) setting.
The more you buy, the more you save! Call us for quantity discounts!DISCLAIMER: The research conducted with this curriculum shows the course's proven effectiveness only if used as originally designed: DVD scenarios, discussion format, and two booklets. If any of these components are removed from the delivery of the class, CDE cannot guarantee the effectiveness of the material.
OTHER OPTIONS: The online course maintains the integrity of the program as originally intended, and the Center for Divorce Education would recommend utilizing that version for maximum effectiveness.
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CDE's Children in Between is a skills based program that helps children and parents deal with the children's reactions to divorce.
The program is based on research that identifies the most common and stressful loyalty conflicts experienced by children of divorce.