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Quotes from clients from their evaluation survey:
- Downgrade the conflict
- To Co-parent effectively can only be had through the ability to remain calm and communicate in a constructive manner despite the other parent not doing so.
- I really liked the transactional analysis.
- Ignoring aggressive texts and never responding aggressively and keeping it business-like.
- Keep child-centric rather than child-led
- It’s about the children, not us the parent
- Seeing the situation from the child’s perspective.
- The great importance of working together and being given the tools to help make this happen.
- The kids’ views on what/how their parents should behave.
- The different egos (theory) was interesting.
- The different ego states and that I should think and make sure I am not communicating across states.
- The importance of not making judgement what the unknown parent is like and the fact that mission statements could be a good starting basis.
- That no matter what both parents need to come together and it’s just about how easy both of you want to get there.
- Working together as parents for the sake of our children.
- The effects of conflict on children.
- Agreeing on a co-parenting mission statement. This would be an excellent way to stay on track and progress co-parenting relations.
- How to talk to each other.
I went to court first for a child arrangement to make sure things would be “simple” between me and my ex … but it didn’t achieve what I hoped as regards co operation with my ex . I wanted to avoid conflict and this didn’t help, I’m hoping even if my ex doesn’t attend a […]
It allowed me more clarity on my personal situation and made me feel that what I was going through was not just me and as a result I felt reassured and eased my anxiety considerably
the content made me think and I think if more people were aware of it then there would be less conflict
I learnt so much and it made me think a lot clearer
The workshop was so insightful
The information given was unbiased. Easy to understand and I definitely felt more confident in dealing with the situation I am currently in.
This session was practical and straightforward in its approach. A big wake up call for parents in conflict regarding the effect this has on children.
I thought it would just be another course that the courts had made me attend, but it was great for both single parents & parents who are together but struggling with parenting.
The course was really informative.
The course is detailed, well thought out, reflects both adult’s and children’s voices well and seeks to bring good communication and resolve.
The workshop makes you think outside the box, looking at the bigger picture. The impact that not co-parenting has on the children and how much easier life can be for everyone if co-parenting works well.