Classes

We offer Family Life Education, and each of our classes is provided one-on-one with a therapist who tailors the curriculum to your needs and situation. For families, our curriculum is also based on the ages, genders, and developmental needs of your children.

Offerings

Positive Parenting Class (Part 1)

Every parent can benefit from a class designed just for you and your children. Our course is 6-sessions/12 hours conducted one-on-one with a therapist and tailored to your specific parenting situation. We teach, enhance and support skill development. 1 hour session and 1 hour of homework weekly commitment required.

Positive Parenting Coaching (Part 2)

Every parent can benefit from a class designed just for you and your children. Our course is 6-sessions/12 hours conducted one-on-one with a therapist and tailored to your specific parenting situation. We teach, enhance and support skill development. 1 hour session and 1 hour of homework weekly commitment required.

Co-Parenting Class (Part 1)

Our course is 6-sessions/12 hours conducted one-on-one with a therapist and tailored to your specific co-parenting relationship. 1 hour session and 1 hour of homework weekly commitment required.

Co-Parenting Coaching (Part 2)

Offering focused on individual practice and skill development of basic parenting and coparenting concepts, and is conducted one-on-one with a therapist. This service is available to any parent who has completed a parenting or co-parenting class. Our Part 1 class is not a prerequisite.

Emotion Management

Anger is the expressed emotion but not the first emotion. The underlying emotions are usually a combination of fear, hurt, anxiety, disappointment, guilt or shame. Anger is easy to express but the recognition and expression of underlying emotions is difficult. Our 8-session/16 hour course facilitates learning the educational basics, and practicing skill development. This is a lifelong process for many people.

Family Court Services Preparation

2 sessions are required to complete preparation for your FCS appointment. Session #1 goal is to identify the most critical issues regarding the children and begin to identify the priority of each and the most pertinent examples. Session #2 goal is to finalize each priority item with the best examples; and then prepare techniques and strategies for managing challenges that may arise before and during the FCS appointment.