For Health Practitioners
Courageously Co-Parenting is designed and delivered with you, your service and your client’s needs in mind helping you to work in a child inclusive manner.
Care Workers and Health Practitioners who benefit from our online course
Family resource centres, Counsellors, adult Psychotherapists, Psychologists, Play Therapists, Creative Therapists and Family GP’s are some of the professionals supporting parents who are separating, divorcing and creating parenting plans/ agreements will benefit from Courageously Co-Parenting.
Are you supporting children and parents in
The last 15 years of my clinical experience with parents, children (from new-born to 16 years) has clearly shown me the growing demand for children’s needs to be at the heart of our collaborative work with families who are
Courageously Co-Parenting is a 6 week online education course suitable for parents co-parenting from pregnancy to teenagers.
1:1 or in-groups
As an online course, it is designed for you to use as part of 1:1 sessions and in groups.
Rooted in science
Co-Parenting is rooted in science, expertise and best international research practice.
Access 15 years of expertise
Ways to use Courageously Co-Parenting as a valuable resource in your practise and organisation
As a stand alone course at home
1:1 Support Sessions are also available to parents in a position to commit emotionally to their own process and healing. It can be used in a small group to ignite and explore how it’s relevant to your client’s family, their children, their situation, the level of conflict they are experiencing and challenges.
In 1:1 sessions and in groups
Use Courageously Co-Parenting in 1:1 sessions and in groups, watching with your clients using guided discussion questions and reflections included as PDF.
Preview the Courageously
Co-Parenting Online Course
Watch Courageously Co-Parenting short video to get clearer on guiding parents shifting perceptions from demands and expectations of their children regarding time and access alone to understanding what’s best developmentally for their growing child and keep their child’s needs, voice and experience of living in this family at the heart and soul of all their parenting arrangements.