In Wisconsin, when getting divorced or separated, it is required that you complete a 4 hour parenting course. Our course, Children in Between Online, meets these requirements for courts in Wisconsin. Our class is nationally recognized by some of the top experts in the field and has proven results showing the positive effect taking the class has on parents and children.
Divorce and separation can have a huge impact on children. Our class, Children in Between Online helps minimize the effects that divorce/separation have on children. We give you real-life skills to help you with your co-parent and children to ease the burden that so often accompanies this stressful time.
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FEEDBACK FROM PARENTS WHO HAVE COMPLETED OUR COURSE
"I like that you can listen to the videos and responses. It was easier to absorb the science behind dealing with confrontation."
Father- Cook County, IL
"All of the communication skills are useful; for me the most important skills were self talk and reframing. Seeing the potential effects of conflict on children was important to me. I want my kids to be happy and to have a positive relationship with both of us."
Mother- Milwaukee, WI
"The whole class was helpful. It made several good points and gave an alternative way to think. I hope to use these tools in the future to continue to not only become a better co-parent but to be a better person in general. Thank you for this opportunity."
Father- Maricopa County, AZ
"I learned how to be a better parent."
Mother- Wayne County, MI
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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.