Coparent Counseling offers the children and parents an external outlet of support during a significant life transition. What is the purpose of Coparent Counseling? Parents will learn how to interact in a healthy, respectful, and child-first manner. During counseling sessions, the parents will discuss the needs of their children, problem-solve around any areas of conflict, and develop solutions for their families.
Significant emotions and feelings occur when parents decide to separate. Therefore, the most critical decision parents can make is to work together to amicably co-parent their children together. Children benefit from seeing parents communicate peacefully and witnessing positive communication between parents. Coparenting occurs when (2) parents agree to do what is in the best interest of their children. Your children must know that they can love each parent equally.
“The sign of great parenting is not a child’s behavior. The sign of truly great parenting is the parent’s behavior” – Andy Smithson
When parents are communicating and compromising, children can thrive in their new environments. Eventually, your children will begin to experience love and stability in both homes if parents work together. Children genuinely lose hope for a peaceful future when parents argue. The best gift parents can give their children is to leave anger and resentment in the rearview mirror. Move forward and do what is in the best interest of your children. Therefore, it is essential to be mindful not to place your children in the middle of parental conflicts.
Coparenting aims to reduce stress and improve communication between parents. Specifically, co-parent counseling helps by providing a neutral party to help the parents communicate. The hope is to improve communication, increasing cooperation, and developing compromises. Parents will learn communication strategies to reduce stress and strain in their family system. Kathleen Coughlin, LCSW offers sessions for clients residing in Florida, Pennsylvania, and Virginia. Our practice strives to deliver quality counseling and consulting services in our surrounding communities.
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Our office is easily accessible to residents in Volusia County, Flagler County, and St. Johns County. We are close to the following areas – Bunnell, Daytona Beach, Daytona Beach Shores, Deland, Edgewater, Flagler Beach, New Smyrna Beach, Ormond Beach, Ormond by the Sea, Palm Coast, Ponce Inlet, and Port Orange,