Co-Parenting Therapy

Once children are born, there is no divorce

The most important job after divorce is being the best co-parent.

Although couples who divorce have decided that they are no longer able to remain married, they continue as co-parents and need to work together for their children. Learning to parent from two households is not easy.  Managing life transitions after divorce – children’s needs changing as they age, parents beginning new relationships, changing jobs, moving–requires effective communication and cooperation. Parents often find themselves upset and frustrated as they attempt to make decisions about the behavior and health issues impacting their children as they manage life transitions.  Navigating the challenges of raising children as divorced parents requires expert guidance and a safe place to resolve the inevitable differences in parenting styles.

Miles Wagman has worked with couples after their divorce to resolve differences while maintaining the focus on the best interests of their children. Although this therapy does not focus on the factors that led to the dissolution of the marriage, Miles has the experience to understand how those dynamics that impacted the marriage shape their post-divorce co-parenting relationship. Developing strategies to have an effective co-parenting relationship is the focus of each session, making decisions in the best interest of the children.

To discuss if Co-Parenting Therapy is appropriate for you and your ex-spouse, please contact Miles Wagman @ The Relationship Center at 732-345-1399.

The most important thing a father can do for his children is to love their mother.
-Theodore Hesburgh, President of University of Notre Dame