Co-Parenting Workshops

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    Taxonomy Code: PH-6100.1550

    Programs that are specially designed for parents who are separated, in the process of divorcing or have divorced or who never married but have children and who need to develop the knowledge and skills to understand and respond to the special needs their children may have as a result of the divorce/separation and to succeed in their ongoing roles as mother and father despite the fact that they are no longer husband and wife or partners. Topics may include the impact of separation and divorce on families, developmental stages of children and expected reactions to divorce, skills parents can use to minimize stress and help children to cope, guidelines for reducing conflicts and solving custody issues out of court and recognizing when a child needs special help and where to find resources. Co-parenting workshops may also be structured for parents in other situations.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Cooperative Parenting - Associates for PsychotherapyTeaches divorcing or divorced parents negotiation skills, how to keep children out of the middle of their problems, and how to establish a loving and supportive relationship with their children.Pueblo CountyCooperative ParentingAssociates for Psychotherapy
    Nurturing Parenting - Catholic Charities Diocese of PuebloFamily-Centered Parenting course to build positive parent-child relationships. Parents and children attend together and receive free meals and childcare. Class options include: -Nurturing Parenting for families with children 0-12 yrs of age -Nurturing Fathers -Parents and Teens -Teen Parents -Nurturing Teens -Co-Parenting for parents undergoing divorce or legal separation Pueblo CountyCatholic Charities Diocese of PuebloCatholic Charities Diocese of Pueblo
    Parenting Classes - Bright Future FoundationThis 3 hour class focuses on parenting through divorce, and is offered 2 times a month. Curriculum Goals: - Develop healthy, positive communication skills - Develop healthy dispute resolution skills - Increase ability to engage in collaborative parenting strategies - Increase understanding of how behavior, communication, and conflicts effects children - Increase understanding of the impact of divorce, family restructuring, and judicial proceedings on children No child care is provided. Please leave your children and/or pets at home. The class fulfills the requirement set forth by the 5th Judicial District. Facebook Page: Eagle County1060 W BEAVER CREEK BLVDBright Future Foundation
    Post-Divorce Parenting Classes - YWCA of Boulder CountyProvides the 'Co-Parenting for Life' Class, approved by the 20th Judicial District. The Co-Parenting Seminar is a 3-hour class and a parenting book is included. Boulder CountyYWCA of Boulder CountyYWCA of Boulder County

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