Co-Parent Counseling for High-Conflict Parents

Co-Parent Counseling for High-Conflict Parents | Lauren Behrman

Parents experience tremendous upset during divorce, yet despite this must still parent together.

When parents truly acknowledge the potential damage that their conflict can inflict on their children, many begin to find a way to work together so they can put their kids first. Still, some parents engage in negative intimacy—while they manage to legally divorce, they have not emotionally divorced.

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