Oregon Courts require divorcing/separating parents with minor children to complete a “parenting course.” Children in Between Online is being accepted throughout the state as meeting this requirement. Our class is nationally recognized by some of the top experts in the field and has documented studies showing the positive effect taking the class has on parents and children.
The divorce/separation of one’s parents is a major event in the life of a child. Children in Between Online ensures that the accompanying stress is minimized, the long-term psychological burden is eased, and the whole process is made more understandable and manageable for the parents so that children will benefit.
Take on any device!
Children in Between is scientifically proven to ensure that you learn the skills necessary to make divorce easier on your children.
Take the course conveniently at home or anywhere without having to worry about taking the course in a classroom
Complete the course 100% online on any device, even your smartphone
You will have access to the course 24/7 for 30 days
Only 4 hours to complete but you can log in and out as needed
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What Parents are saying about
Children in Between Online:
"The skills in the program are very effective and easy to use"
Mother- Jackson County, OR
"This course taught me the awareness of how my actions toward my children’s Dad can truly affect the well-being of our children. Things I didn't think were that big of a deal can have a huge impact on my kids."
Mother- Hamilton County, OH
"I found all information to be extremely valuable. I was very satisfied with taking this course."
Father- Maricopa County, AZ
"The course was an eye-opener. There are a lot of things I will be able to use to help me be a better parent."
Father- Cook County, IL
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CDE's Children in Between is a skills based program that helps children and parents deal with the children's reactions to divorce.
The program is based on research that identifies the most common and stressful loyalty conflicts experienced by children of divorce.