We understand that working together with an ex-partner to raise your children in a healthy environment can be a big challenge. Both parents and children can feel overwhelmed with how to move forward after a divorce or separation. Our co-parenting counseling sessions will teach you and your ex vital parenting skills which are necessary for ensuring the best possible future for your children.
What is Co-Parenting Counseling?
Co-parenting counseling with Dr. Ellis will empower you and provide all the tools you need to protect you and your children from needless emotional damage, whether you’re separated, in the process of a divorce, or already divorced.
Through co-parenting counseling, Dr. Ellis provides a unique approach that has helped countless families navigate their way forward. The aim of this coaching is to reduce conflict, stress, and uncertainty during this difficult time. It endeavors for emotional stability and success for you and your children.
Co-parenting counseling is ideally done with both parents – but in situations when this is not possible, one parent alone can greatly benefit from counseling, as well.
What Makes Co-Parenting Counseling With Dr. Ellis Unique?
Our coaching differs from traditional therapies or general marital counseling in several ways:
- The primary goal is to always protect your children from unnecessary damage and will focus on their specific emotional needs
- Co-parenting counseling focuses on concrete strategies and tactics for the here and now, rather than talking through the past or making psychological diagnoses
- This is not just an opportunity to vent about your ex-partner, but about managing what you actually can control
- Dr. Ellis is well-versed in how children with special needs are uniquely impacted by the divorce experience
Protect Your Children and Your Future With Co-Parenting Counseling
Shift Your Perspective
Our core principle is that the most effective co-parents act as business partners in the shared venture of raising their children. This shift in perspective, expectations, and responsibilities has the power to transform your co-parenting relationship. We can’t wait to help you get there!
Let Dr. Ellis Help You Work Through Your Co-Parenting Challenges
Dr. Ellis is a licensed child psychologist and has worked with over 1,000 families over the past 30 years. She is also a child of divorce herself. Her unique perspective and deep expertise will help to remove much of the stress, guilt, and conflict from the co-parenting process.
As you work directly with Dr. Ellis, you will not only benefit from her decades of experience but also understand and embrace her passion for protecting children from divorce-related damage. She will help you work your way through disagreements, negotiate compromises about parenting issues, and support you in the process of creating positive environments for your children in their two healthy homes.