Parenting Coordination

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There are some parents who, either during or after a custody dispute, engage in high conflict behavior that is damaging to their children and to their ability to co-parent in the future. In those situations where negotiations or court intervention are unable to calm the situation, parenting coordination is a process that offers immediate resolution of various parenting issues with the assistance of a trained professional. 

This professional has an understanding of the causes of the conflict, including mental health issues and substance abuse and uses his/her knowledge to guide parents through their anger and frustration and build a co-parenting relationship.

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