This is the class you must take to complete your divorce, separation, or custody case. Other online classes are not accepted by the court.
Barron County requires all parents of minor children going through a divorce or separation to complete a parenting class. Children in Between Online is the only online course approved in the county and more than one-hundred and thirty parents have taken our course in the past two years in Barron County alone.
Take the class on any computer, laptop, tablet, or even your smart phone!
Divorce and separation can be very hard on children, even if they don't express it. Children in Between Online helps minimize the stress that comes with these tough times. Helping reduce long-term effects on children can benefit them throughout their lives.
Fewer school absences of children
Fewer doctor visits by children
Reduction in child-reported stress
Parents recommend this course
Complete the course online
24/7 access on any device
Only 4 hours to complete
30 days access. Log in and out as needed.
*Any information provided on our site is secure and confidential. No personal information is shared
"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
Cities in Barron County Include: Rice Lake, Barron, Cumberland, Chetek, Almena, Haugen, Prairie Farm, Arland, Dallas, Barronett, Canton, Sumner, and Cameron
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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.