Divorce Education built on Scientific Evidence.
Over 100,000 parents have taken our classes, with over 95% saying they would recommend!
Our Programs help parents going through divorce learn respectful communication skills and anger control, allowing them to make better choices - with their children and their ex.
Respectful Communication Skills
Studies show that effective parenting after divorce is directly related to parents ability to respectfully communicate with one another. We identify 5 major ways to improve communication including:
- Active Listening
Ending Loyalty Conflicts
Loyalty conflicts cause the most damage to children. We focus on how parents involve their children in these conflicts, and change that.
Parents who can control their anger are more likely to engage ex’s in a manner that is most likely to lead to amicable results and limit the effects of the separation on their children.
What Parents are saying:
"I like that you can listen to the videos and responses. It was easier to absorb the science behind dealing with confrontation."
Father- Cook County, IL
"All of the communication skills are useful; for me the most important skills were self talk and reframing. Seeing the potential effects of conflict on children was important to me. I want my kids to be happy and to have a positive relationship with both of us."
Mother- Milwaukee, WI
"The whole class was helpful. It made several good points and gave an alternative way to think. I hope to use these tools in the future to continue to not only become a better co-parent but to be a better person in general. Thank you for this opportunity."
Father- Maricopa County, AZ
"I learned how to be a better parent."
Mother- Wayne County, MI
Cities in Washington County Include: Ochelata, Dewey, Copan, Ramona, Vera.
The Center for Divorce Education
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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.