If you have made the decision to separate or get a divorce and you have children, you will likely have many questions about what comes next.
Research shows us that children tend to adjust to divorce with less difficulty when they are able to maintain the family relationships that are important to them and when their parents are able to cooperate with each other.
Ongoing conflict and interruptions in parenting are typically the issues that create more distress for children than the divorce itself. The good news is that parents can positively impact their children’s ability to adjust by how well they navigate the challenging experience of separation and divorce!
Jordan West Family Counseling offers assistance for parents who want to navigate the process of separation and divorce with the health of all family members in mind and establish a cooperative parenting relationship. Therapy sessions are designed to develop strategies to improve communication and cooperation that meet your family’s specific needs and circumstances, and that meet your children’s unique developmental and emotional needs.