Allow us the opportunity to help transform the relationship with your co-parent.
We offer monthly coparenting workshops throughout San Diego County focused on reducing conflict between parents going through divorce, separation and custody issues. We strive to add value to your lives by demonstrating how to communicate and cope with the other parent, educate on the dynamics of parenting between two homes, and strengthen your ability to emotionally detach and think clearly.
Coparenting workshops are available throughout San Diego County every month
You will receive a Certificate of Completion once you have completed the workshop
The Certificate of Completion is accepted by San Diego Superior Court Judges
The curriculum addresses parents in all stages of conflict, from low to high
Curriculum designed to build healthy new foundations that last
- Accepting greater personal responsibility
- Letting go of destructive patterns
- Managing strong negative emotions
- Identifying and learning from mistakes
- Making a commitment to invest in your children
- Core values and beliefs about co-parenting between two homes
- Taking care of yourself
- Utilizing rational accurate thinking
- Identifying & practicing healthy co-parenting communication
- Keeping children out of the middle of the conflict
- Learning how the hostility between parents effect children
- Changing demanding language into requesting and kind language
Program Fees & Payment Options
We use a sliding scale based on household income to assess tuition. Payment can be made with a credit card (Visa & MasterCard only) by cash, or check at the workshop. Payment can be made in three installments (one at each session) if paying by cash or check only. Credit card charges are processed for the full amount at your first session.
Who we serve
Cooperative Parenting, San Diego welcomes all parents to create a healthier existence for themselves and their children. We are here for parents who have recently separated or those who have lived apart for many years, those who were once married or never married and those who frequently appeal to the Family Court because they are unable to solve their co-parenting challenges. We serve parents in all stages of conflict, from low to high and can enter the program either by mandate or voluntarily. Parents attend separate classes.