Co-Parenting Resources and References

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Co-Parenting Resources and References

Tools for Parents

Website for Local Agency Resources

Websites for Communication

Books

  • 101 Ways to Be a Long-Distance Super-Dad… or Mom, Too! G. Newman (2000) Blossom Valley Press.
  • Caught in the Middle, Protecting the Children of High Conflict Divorce. C. Garrity & M. Baris (1994) San Francisco: Jossey Bass Publishers. (Out of Print)
  • Don’t Divorce Us. R. Sommer-Flanagan (2000) Alexandria: American Counseling Association. (Out of Print)
  • Enlightened Stepmother (The). P. Norwood & T. Wingender (1999) New York: HarperCollins Publishers.
  • Helping Your Kids Cope with Divorce the Sandcastles Way. G. Neuman (1998) New York: Random House.
  • Joint Custody with a Jerk. J. Ross & J. Corcoran (1996) New York: St Martin’s Press.
  • Mom’s House Dad’s House. I. Ricci (1997) New York: Simon & Schuster.
  • Parenting After Divorce. P. Stahl (2000) Tucson: Atascadero Impact Publishers.
  • What about the Kids? J. Wallerstein & S. Blakeslee (2003) New York: Hyperion Books

Tools for Kids

  • Case of the Scary Divorce (The). C. Pickhart (1997) Washington DC: Magination Press.
  • Divorce is Not the End of the World, Z. & E. Stern (1997) Berkeley: Tricycle Press.
  • I Don’t Want to Talk About It! J. Ransom (2000) Washington DC: Magination Press.
  • Kids’ Divorce Workbook. M. Prokop (1986) Warren: Alegra House Publishers.
  • Kissing Hand (The). A. Penn (1993) Washington DC: Child & Family Press.
  • Missing Piece Meets the Big O (The). S. Silverstein (1981) New York: HarperCollins Publishers.
  • Not So Wicked Stepmother (The). L. Venable (1998) Birmingham: LA Venable Publishing.
  • Smart Girl’s Guide to Her Parent’s Divorce, N. Holyoke, (2009) American Girl Publishing, Inc.
  • Step-living for Teens: Getting Along with Stepparents, Parents, and Siblings. J. Block & S. Bartell (2001) New York: Penquin Putman Books.
  • What Can I Do?. D. Lowry (2001) Washington DC: Magination Press.
  • When Mom and Dad Divorce. E. Menendez-Aponte (1999) St. Meinrad: Abbey Press.

References

Our Educators

Denise Baier, LMHC

Denise Baier, LMHC

Course Author

Illinois School of Professional Psychology, Chicago Campus

Deanna S Keeling, BA

Deanna S Keeling, BA

Course Facilitator

Bachelor of Arts: Marshall University, Huntington, West Virginia

Kathleen Adler, LCSW

Kathleen Adler, LCSW

Course Facilitator

Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Florida State University

Janet Balic, LMHC, CAP

Janet Balic, LMHC, CAP

Course Facilitator

University of South Florida, Tampa: BA in Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, emphasis in Women's Studies

Randall Roberts, Ed.D
Randall Roberts, Ed.D
Course Facilitator

Doctorate of Education, Guidance & Counseling

Carolyn Gross, MEd
Carolyn Gross, MEd
Course Facilitator

University of South Florida: MEd, Curriculum, and Instruction, BA English Education, BA English Literature

Tina Friedman, LMHT
Tina Friedman, LMHT
Course Facilitator

Licensed Mental Health Therapist, Certified Florida Supreme Court Mediator

30 Years Service

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What Students Learned

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Both parents are going to have to be flexible in dealing with the "visitation" scheduling and will need to discuss it away with the kids in very business-like manner.
I learned that this course helps parents to know about their childrens rights.
The children have a right to know both parents.