Posted by: Dr. Justin D'Arienzo, Psy.D., ABPP
Dr. Justin D’Arienzo, a Board-Certified Clinical Psychologist and National Divorce Expert developed a fully Online High Conflict Co-Parenting Course that has 10 sections and takes approximately 8 hours to complete. This article will go over some key takeaways from section 7: Parallel Parenting. Parallel parenting is an alternative to co-parenting and something that parents might want to consider if they are experiencing high levels of conflict. We are going to outline what parallel parenting is and if you and your co-parent might be better suited for parallel parenting.
-Different from co-parenting
-Both parents take care of the children independently rather than jointly
-Debilitating high conflict
-More specific than co-parenting
-Specific written boundaries
-Strictly business relationship
-Protects children from parent’s conflict
-Parents contact each other only for emergencies and big life events.
Our High-Conflict Co-Parenting Course covers topics ranging from child safety concerns to adjusting to conflict with your co-parent. Dr. Justin D’Arienzo, a Board-Certified Psychologist and National Divorce Expert developed and leads this course to help separated parents work together for the well-being of their children. Our course is chalked full of valuable information for parents and might be useful to you if you relate with one or more of the following:
If you relate with one or more of the statements above, our High-Conflict Co-Parenting Course is right for you. You can purchase our 8-hour course for only $49.99 today. Upon purchase, you will receive a password and you will gain immediate access to our online course. Upon completion, a course completion certificate will automatically be emailed to you.