Where Do We Go From Here? A Mini Course on Parenting After Separation – December 2019


Please note that all prices are billed in Canadian dollars.  You can see what this is in your currency using the currency converter here.

This is a 2-week course that looks at some of the issues surrounding helping a child cope with separation, setting parenting plans that respect the child’s needs and put them first, and practical strategies and tools for co-parenting in an attachment-based framework.  Each week will provide the material in written and audio form and all participants will receive the chance for 1 private 30-minute chat with me to help them make these plans best suited to their situation.

Format: Written and streaming audio link (link will be provided in each email and will be a reading of the written content)

Number of Spots: 30

Each course comes with a set number of sessions for office hours (2 for a full course, 1 for a mini-course) and this allows you to purchase additional office hours if you feel you would like the help


The end of a relationship can bring about a lot of emotions for the parents, but for the child it almost inevitably brings confusion, fear, and sadness.  For parents facing separation, their overarching goals are almost always to make sure their child can cope well with this change and find a positive way to move forward, yet most of the advice in our society does not respect attachment-based parenting practices and families are asked to leave these practices behind.  I disagree with that approach and hope to help families realize these practices are not incompatible with parenting after separation.

This 2-week course will cover the following issues:

  1. Helping children understanding and cope with the separation and know they are not to blame.
  2. Planning care schedules that respect where the child is and his/her needs (e.g., breastfeeding, co-sleeping).
  3. Working together to put the child first even in cases of acrimony.

Over 2 weeks, you will receive the information in written and audio form along with some homework to help you identify the primary issues to work on.  Every participant will also be able to sign up for one 30-minute session to discuss their individual case and how to make the information work for them.  Office hours will take place throughout the month of December, not just during the 2 weeks of the course to ensure all people get a chance to sign up.


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