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Children of Divorce

Children of Divorce (CoD-CoD) Course Enrollment

Designed to help Kids and Teens ages 10 and up Cope with Divorce. Proven effective, kids love this fun course. Check out the Interactive Demo Below. You may also download our flier. Attorneys and Courts may order free fliers for your clients.

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Coping with divorce is tough for your children. Our Children and Divorce - Coping with Divorce (CoD-CoD) online program for children and divorce is developed by clinical psychologists to improve your child's coping skills and reduce mental health problems.

  •  Children Complete This 5-Session Online Program At Their Own Pace
  •  Children Love CoD-CoD's Personal, Humorous, and Interactive Approach
  •  Parents Love The Positive Changes They See In Their Children

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Children of Divorce $44.95

Enroll 2 at $40.00 each or 3+ at $35.00 each.

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Our Author

Jesse Boring, PhD

Jesse Boring, PhD

Course Author

PhD Clinical Psychology, Arizona State University, BSc Human Development, Cornell University.

28 Years Service

Since 1990 over 28 years of service

Since 1990 over 500,000 individuals have successfully received their Court Ordered Parenting Course certificates through Education Programs.

What Students Learned

Here are unedited random quotes from among our over half million successful students:

That it is all about the children and their well being. Putting them first and above any anger or negative emotions towards their father is most important. Never to argue or speek negatively about their father.
That my best interests are in my child and I need to love him and try my best to get along with the other parent no matter what the circumstances are. To always be there for my child and never let him down and to always be a positive role model in his li
This program needs to be updated. It can be useful for some divorces, but I think you need to make a different one when the divorce is due to physical abuse against the wife and child. We had to leave my husband after he pushed us into a wall several tim