Ohio Courts require divorcing/separating parents with minor children to complete a “parenting class.” Courts throughout the state have approved Children in Between Online. Our class is nationally recognized by some of the top experts in the field and has proven results showing the positive effect taking the class has on parents and children.
PROVEN RESULTS FOR BOTH PARENTS AND CHILDREN
Instant Free Printable Certificate upon completion
No need to take an in-person class
Complete the course 100% online on ANY MOBILE DEVICE
Only 4 hours to complete
Free with fee waivers from the court
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The Center for Divorce Education has been offering parenting courses for more than 30 years to divorcing/separating parents. Our courses and resources help parents through family transitions to prevent long-term damage to their children. Our course has proven positive results for both these parents, and their children.
"I felt like I learned a lot of valuable information, particularly in remembering to Stop-Look and Listen, ways to be mindful, and to remember that the way my children respond to our divorce is directly related to how much conflict they are exposed to."
Mother- Maricopa County, AZ
"In-depth information and a complete guide to working agreements out with former partners."
Father- Cook County, IL
"The videos were definitely helpful, because they're pretty relatable."
Mother- Wayne County, MI
"All very fundamental and great exercises for me to use in my everyday life that I, our son and anybody in a similar situation could really benefit from."
Parent- Phoenix, AZ
Cities in Ashtabula County: Ashtabula, Conneaut, Geneva, Jefferson, Andover, Geneva-on-the-lake, Orwell, North Kingsville, Rock Creek, Roaming Shores, and Edgewood.
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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.