You Can Find Divorce Parenting Classes Right Here!!! If you are looking for a high conflict coparenting course or a parent education and family stabilization course that is online and taught by a Clinical and Forensic Psychologist who frequently provides court testimony for Family Law cases or works with parents and children experiencing a divorce, then you have landed on the right page. Our online divorce courses are accepted by family law courts and judges. If you don’t believe us, check with your attorney or Judge. Our Parent Education and Family Stabilization course is most often utilized by parents in Florida, Georgia, and Texas. If you need a certificate to list another state or provience, then let us know and we can make that happen for you. Our high conflict coparenting course can be used in all US states, the United Kingdom, and Australia.
On November 16, 2023, I (Dr. D’Arienzo) had the pleasure of presenting about Toxic Stress, Child Development, Trauma Informed Care, Trauma Responsive Courts, and Fostering Resilience in Children and Family Law Clients. I was fortunate to partner with the Honorable Judge Guy, and Attorneys Ms. Dyvonnda Thurston and Ms. Sarah Sullivan. Two of my associates, Ms. Cynthia Salameh, Attorney and Parent Coordinator, and Dr. Amy Hartley, Psychologist, came to support my presentations and this Florida Bar Family Law Section Office of the State Courts Administrator (OSCA) event. We enjoyed mingling and offering our expertise to the 50 attorneys and judges who participated. I would like to thank Judge Maureen Horkan for inviting me to present!
In a world marked by increasing security concerns and ever-evolving threats, and a reduction of a profession police force, the role of armed personal protection officers (PPOs) and other armed security professionals has gained unprecedented significance. These professionals are entrusted with the safety and security of individuals, often in high-risk situations. To ensure the effectiveness and reliability of PPOs, psychological testing has emerged as an essential tool. The Complex Demands of Armed Personal Protection: Armed personal protection officers are tasked with safeguarding the lives of their clients, often under intense pressure. Their roles encompass not only physical prowess but also intricate decision-making, conflict resolution, and emotional stability. The consequences of their actions, both in terms of safety and legal implications, are far-reaching. To fulfill these responsibilities, candidates must possess not only the necessary physical skills but also strong psychological traits.
Performance and Sports Psychology for Tennis In September 2023, I had the pleasure of working with the Eagle Harbor Tennis Club to discuss psychological factors that improve peformance. We learned to live and play in the “eye of the storm”. Areas addressed were relaxation and arousal control, proper self-talk, effective visualization, goal setting, concentration and […]
School is back in session, and we must talk about an uncomfortable topic but one we all need to be vigilant about, gun violence, and how to improve the safety of our students, teachers, and communities. There is a lot we can do to prevent it. The United States Secret Service has been studying violence in schools for over 20 years and has identified behavioral markers that most attackers have which include: having severe emotional distress for a long period of time, making threats or sharing fantasies about harming others for instance on social media or by drawing pictures, and having an intent or expectation to die. Most often there are people in their network who are aware of the attacker’s troubles and disturbing comments. When people don’t intervene, others lose their lives. Children and parents can save lives when they quickly share this information with the school, another trusted adult, or law enforcement. If you see something, say something. It’s that simple.
This article provides insights into managing anger in teenagers by understanding triggers and employing effective methods. It emphasizes open communication, coping mechanisms, and setting boundaries to foster healthier parent-teen relationships. Hormonal changes, brain development, and the quest for independence contribute to heightened emotions during adolescence. Recognizing triggers, like academic stress and conflicts, is vital for tailored strategies.
During a divorce, emotional challenges can make friends feel pressured to choose sides. However, with the right approach and empathy, this stress can be avoided. Open, honest communication is key, as is avoiding negative discussions about your ex in friends’ presence. Seeking professional counseling can be beneficial. Emphasizing empathy, urging mutual friends to continue relationships with both parties, and recognizing one’s role in the divorce can all help ensure friends stay neutral, enabling them to support both parties without feeling divided.
Amid rising divorce tensions, the concept of a cordial divorce is gaining traction, emphasizing collaboration, negotiation, and mutual respect to reduce emotional and financial strains (Morrison, 2023). Effective communication, including open expression of feelings and setting conversational guidelines, is vital. Engaging a mediator or collaborative divorce advocate aids in resolving conflicts amicably. Prioritizing children by crafting a focused parenting plan ensures their well-being, while personal psychological care through therapy can enhance the entire divorce experience. Adopting a cordial approach leads to better post-divorce relationships and overall well-being.
Dr. D’Arienzo, is a former Active Duty Navy Psychologist licensed in Texas, New Mexico, and Florida and has reciprocity in 40 other states to include Arizona and Pennsylvania. He has conducted nearly a thousand security psychological evaluations as a civilian and in the military. He has developed a seamless process providing virtual and in-person evaluations and psychological testing. Please do not trust your gun carrying related evaluations to just anyone. This is serious business! Cheaper means not a psychologist and cutting corners. Psychologists are the only professionals competently trained in psychological testing. Make sure you are using a psychologist if you are not using us.
We service individuals and companies seeking their credentialing needing psychological testing and psychological evaluations. Dr. D’Arienzo is a Board Certified Clinical Psychologist. If he is unavailable for the evaluation in question, he has four other licensed psychologists to assist in the process. We can get you scheduled within the week and once the testing has been completed, there is a 24 hour turnaround to get your results. We work with companies interested in a building a strong relationship with us. We want to work with you in finding the right people. Please contact us at 904-379-8094 or [email protected]. Find out more information about us at www.drdarienzo.com
The article “Successful Co-Parenting Techniques When Faced with Parental Alienation” discusses how co-parenting after separation or divorce can be further complicated by parental alienation – a scenario where one parent manipulates a child to reject the other parent without justifiable cause. The author offers several strategies for navigating this difficult dynamic including understanding parental alienation, encouraging transparent communication, ensuring parenting consistency, refraining from negative remarks about the alienating parent, seeking professional assistance, and prioritizing self care. In conclusion, the article suggests that while co-parenting with a parental alienator is challenging, patience, understanding, and the right strategies can help maintain a loving and meaningful relationship with the child.