Parenting After Separartion

Parenting After Separation

Cooperative co-parenting is one term used for child focused parenting after separation. It demonstrates to the child that their parents love them equally, even though the relationship dynamic and living situation has now changed. It almost seems impossible to believe that you can fall out of love with a person and still maintain an amicable relationship with them.  With a child-centered focus in parenting after your separation, the most effective method is to focus on the love for the child.  And with some effort on both sides, you will find that you can maintain an amicable relationship between you and your former partner. This course is for parents who are genuinely dedicated to navigating positive co-parenting outcomes. It is designed as a self guiding method to encourage positive outcomes for you and your children and may be used as a foundation to enter into your mediation agreements should you require them. Avoid the costly legal process. You are the experts in parenting your children and with support, you can work this out.

Course Information

Estimated Time: Approximately 8 hours

Difficulty: Beginner


Course Instructor

Jasmin Jasmin Author

I am an accredited mediator and experienced relationships coach who is passionate about creating a new paradigm around how we navigate parenting after separation. I believe wholeheartedly that children deserve a loving relationship with both their parents and that amicable separations are not always easy, but they are always possible.

Parenting After Separation Course


Dealing With Legal Issues

Parents In Focus 

Children In Focus 

Practical Coparenting

Personal Development