Two Homes Work Online Co-Parenting Class
Parenting Education and Family Stabilization Course
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The Between Two Homes®:Making Two Homes Work Parenting Education and Family Stabilization course is read aloud to give you the option to read or listen, and utilizes videos, short quizzes, and interactions to bring the course to life. Information is up to date and is designed to be entertaining and educational. Videos are presented in two formats, professionals discussing co-parenting and role play videos showing examples of mistakes made and better ways to handle situations with the children. At only $39.95 you are offered up to 30 days to complete 6 of entertaining, interactive learning- Making Two Homes Work is one of the lowest cost but most interactive online classes available.
The class is available internationally 24 hours a day 7 days a week, and you can take it at your convenience in your own home. Your progress is stored each time you exit the class, so you can begin where you left off when you come back. You can log on as many times as you need for 30 days or until you complete the class, whichever comes first. A Certificate of Completion specific to you will be processed and ready for you to print immediately after you pass your final quiz. Optional material is available for you to print to use with the class and keep for your own at no additional cost.
The Between Two Homes®- Making Two Homes Work class was developed by Bradley S. Craig, LMSW-IPR, CFLE when he worked for the local Domestic Relations Office with the input of local Texas Judges, who appear in the videos used in the course. Based on 12 years of our highly reviewed live Children in the Middle Coparenting Services class, the course is dedicated to helping families transition during changes and meet the needs of children growing up between two homes. This includes children being raised by never married parents, divorced or divorcing parents, same sex parents, and other relatives raising children between two homes. Judges, attorneys, custody evaluators, mediators, and mental health professionals assisted in creating the psycho-educational course content and are included in some segments of the course. The class is approved in many jurisdictions to meet the criteria of a mandated coparenting(divorce) education course, but please click here for more information if you are concerned whether the class will be accepted by your judge.
Between Two Homes®- Making Two Homes Work Class Description
The class is broken down in to two parts:
Part 1- The Adults
Focuses on adult issues related to co-parenting and keeping children out of the conflict.
Topics covered include:
- The Victim Mindset
- Domestic Violence
- Working with the Other Household
- Extended Family/Significant Others
- Suggestions for Co-parenting
- Improving Communication and Conflict Disengagement
- Alternative Dispute Options
- Family Friendly Language vs. Legal Language
Part 2- The Children
Focuses on child development and the needs of children growing up in two homes.
Topics covered include:
- Children's Stages of Development
- Creating the Dual Home Environment
- Parenting Time
- Child Support
- Talking to the Children
- Children's Grief
- Mistakes Made in Involving Children
- Co-parenting Vocabulary
- Benefits of Co-parenting
- Alienating Behaviors
This course credit is 5.5 hours long.
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