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Collaborative Coparenting

Coparents in High-Conflict Situations:

Setting Boundaries, Proactive Communication, and Child-Centered Resolutions

From High-Conflict
To Collaborative Coparenting

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​Welcome to Collaborative Coparenting –
a transformative course designed for coparents navigating high-conflict dynamics. Coparenting can be a strenuous journey, especially when dealing with persistent conflicts and distress. This course is here to provide you with the tools, strategies, and support to navigate the complexities of coparenting and foster a healthier, more harmonious environment for both you and your children.

 

High-conflict coparenting situations you may be facing

Our Collaborative Coparenting Course offers

This course was amazing! I learned so much. I recently started the divorce process when I found it. It really helped me transition and set boundaries with my ex. I finally feel like I'm getting my life back and no longer feel responsible for the guilt trips my ex puts on me. This has been a life saver! Thank you :)

~Jenny

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Jan and Jillian are dedicated to helping co-parents and families facing co-parenting complexities by amicably resolving disputes and increasing constructive communication for a peaceful resolution. They help families establish firm boundaries, evolve into their new lifestyle, heal unresolved relational trauma, support the psychological and emotional health of everyone involved, and create amicable co-parenting plans with a child-focused approach.



​Jan and Jillian's experience and background:

20 years of experience in Family Psychology
Masters of Counseling
Certified Professional Coaches
Certified Mediators
Certified Crisis Counselors 
Certified Deception Detection & Body Language Experts
Certified Micro-Expressions Experts

What you get when you enroll

Here Is What You 
Will Receive

  • 23 Videos - 9 Modules

  • 65 Page Workbook

  • Communication Techniques

  • Boundary Badass Method

  • Parenting Plan Checklist

  • Psychological Manipulation Tactics

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"My divorce turned my life upside down. I felt emotionally exhausted trying to manage a 
new life and raise my children. I was happy when I got the parenting checklist because I didn't even know what to ask for when it came to mutual agreements. I felt more prepared for my mediation session and confident in how to advocate for my children. I am learning to set boundaries daily to keep my inner peace in my home." 

~Kathleen

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Eliminate Stress, Worry and Fears

It doesn't matter if you're newly going through the divorce process or have been coparenting for years, this course will help you and your coparent peacefully transition.

You'll finally have the freedom to speak up, be heard, and understood by your coparent that is constructive and puts the kids first.

You'll finally feel a sense of relief and have a clear plan on how to handle coparenting conflict and find collaboration. 

You will aslo be able to say goodbye to being triggered by your coparent and achieve inner peace once and for all.

This one-of-a-kind program is going to save you lots of time and money. Coparenting doesn't have to be ugly, stressful or years wasted in therapy. And, your lawyer won't tell you a lot of what we share because they don't specialize in child development.

This course will also give you all the insight and advice that your friends and family can't give you. Including, You'll have access to the course 24/7 so you can refer back to any of the videos or workbook when faced with a coparenting issue. 

With over twenty years of family coaching and mediation experience and a background in family psychology, we make sure your child's needs come first.  

This course will give you the exact tools and phrases to use when your coparent is aggressive, manipulative, combative, or downright difficult and putting their needs before the children.

If you want to put an end to the stress, fears, and worries, then this course is specifically for you! 

While taking the high-road isn't always easy, this is how you take your power back! 

"I finally feel free from my ex! The years of coercion and emotional abuse were detrimental to my life. I lost my self-worth and confidence. I didn't know the signs of post-traumatic stress and abuse, but I knew something was off. It was ruining my life. You can't put a price on emotional freedom. I now know I wasn't doing anything and it was my ex that had the problem."

~Shanna

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COURSE MODULES

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Module 1: Transitioning The Relationship

We welcome you to the course as you begin transforming to a child-centered, collaborative co-parenting relationship. You'll gain clarity and strategies on how to navigate hard conversations, what boundaries to set, how to protect your children, even if your co-parent attempts to push your buttons.

Module 2: Parenting Plan

Creating an amicable parenting plan can save you years of battling it out in the court room as co-parenting issues tend to arise after custody arrangements have been made. Customizing your plan with boundaries, schedules, decision-making, communication, and clear provisions will support your children's well-being where family court falls short.

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Module 3: Communication Tips

Communication is one of the basic fundamentals to a healthy co-parenting relationship when it comes to decision making. Implementing the 5C's of Communication can help create effective responses, especially if you are experiencing a high-conflict co-parent. Additionally, establishing boundaries for child-parent calls can put everyone's mind at ease.

Module 4: Two Homes

Aligning on parenting decisions between two homes can support the development and well-being of your children. This also helps protect children from experiencing parentification so they can have a fulfilling childhood. On transition days, doing an activity with your children can put everyone at ease and lessen the emotional worries.

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Module 5: Diminishing Conflict

It can be exhausting to receive high-conflict responses every day. You'll learn how to be assertive with your responses and stay outside of their manipulation tactics. Also, you will discover how to shut down slander and help your children identify the truth. Effectively managing high-conflict communication is crucial to taking back your power and inner peace.

Module 6: Creating Trust With Children

When navigating a life transition, sustaining trust with your children will create safety and security in your home. Carving out time for bonding activities will build a healthy self-esteem and confidence in your children. Your child's self image and internal belief system thrives where there is consistency and certainty.

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Module 7: Values & Discovery Questions

Values create a confident foundation to thrive from each and everyday. They prevent from second

guessing yourself and staying in alignment to your truth when negotiating agreements. When negotiating, rather than stating or defending your position, the use of discovery questions allow you to gain insight into your co-parent's views, hold them accountable, and present creative solutions.

Module 8: Setting Boundaries

When it comes to setting boundaries, this is one of best methods for communicating your needs from a place of value. Boundaries give you the ability to speak with confidence during intense moments to reduce distress. They help resolve discord with your co-parent effectively so you can get back to living your life and raising your children.

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Module 9: New Partners

Discover the appropriate timeline of when to introduce a new partner to your children along with a step by step guide in making the transition with ease. While stepparents are great, you will want to discover the dos and don'ts with your children so they can form a healthy bond. This will provide stability and security for the children so they don't feel they are being replaced.
 

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"I never knew I was going to be faced with more conflict post-separation. I felt like I didn't have a voice in my marriage and it was starting to feel the same with co-parenting. Since purchasing this course, I have gained back my freedom, and spending time with my kids feels great. Co-parenting has improved with the skills I learned for co-parent communication."

~Bryan

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  • Self-paced, online learning that fits your schedule and needs

  • Expert-led modules, practical exercises, and real-life scenarios

  • Resources and tools for ongoing support beyond the course duration

  • Unlimited access to the course
     

Collaborate Coparenting

What You'll Get In This Course

Frequently Asked Questions

How long will I have access to this course?

How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling in this course, you will have lifetime access to the course.

 

When does the course start and finish?

This is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish. Even if you don't have time to go through all of the course content as soon as you enroll, you'll have lifetime access (as well as be 'grandfathered' into all future updates!)

 

Who is this course for?

Anyone who is experiencing co-parenting conflict while raising children between two homes.

 

How long will it take to see results?

The personal development journey looks different for every individual depending on the time commitment you can dedicate per week, personal experiences with your ex-partner and children, and individualized goals. If you are consistent and committed, you will begin to see a gradual shift in how you feel, be able to manage co-parenting communication with ease, set healthy boundaries, and foster trustworthy relationships with your children.

 

What if I want a refund?

Due to the digital nature of the course (and our confidence that you will LOVE the program), NO refunds will be issued, as we 100% guarantee results. Please make sure that the course feels like a good fit for you, before enrolling.

 

Additional questions:

Please email info@divorcefamilymediations.com

The Lifetime Value

Hire us as your 1:1 co-parenting coach for a few months                  Cost: $5,200

Collaborative Coparenting Course                                                       Cost: $167

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