The Parenting Coordinator and Consultant Survival Guide: How to Survive the Nightmare

The Parenting Coordinator and Consultant Survival Guide: How to Survive the Nightmare

by Susan Carpenter

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Overview

The Parenting Coordinator and Consultant Survival Guide will help divorced parents understand what they are experiencing in Family Court and why it seems upside down and backwards from a parent's perspective. This book will give parents an understanding of what court appointed parenting coordinators do and how interacting with them in the face of high conflict divorce situations can escalate the conflict. Consider this your needle in the haystack with information you won't find anywhere else. To learn tips on how to survive the nightmare and get your children out of the middle, order your copy today!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781979561006
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 11/09/2017
Pages: 266
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.56(d)

About the Author

Susan is a Relationship Coach, Instructor and Mediator. Her Mediation services include the role of parenting consultant and she is a Rule 114 Qualified Neutral, listed on the Minnesota Supreme Court's ADR Roster. She holds a Bachelor's Degree in psychology with an emphasis on Communication, Relationships, Conflict Resolution, Family Dynamics, and Gender differences in communication styles, stress management, parenting styles, conflict management.

While Susan is a Family Court professional, she has experienced family court as a parent and writes from that perspective. After rescuing her own children from the prison of Family Court and high conflict divorce, she did extensive research into the history of family court and its professionals. Susan is an expert on Parenting Coordination and High Conflict Divorce. She has a deep respect for Family court professionals and understands what they are trying to accomplish, but her main goal is to support parents. Susan believes that nothing is more precious than the parent-child relationship and works tirelessly to help parents protect it.

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