D'Arienzo Psychology Blog

Models and Stages of Divorce

Psychological consent for children

Posted by: Dr. Justin D'Arienzo, Psy.D., ABPP

Divorce shares very similar patters of grief when losing a loved one to death. With the help of Kubler Ross, Paul Bohannan, and Stanley Hagemeyer, a collection of divorce phases has been created to move you through the emotional processes of divorce. Though every divorce is unique, these models lead to a divorcing persons transformation from their married to new independent self. Dr. D’Arienzo, after working with thousands of divorcing and divorced individuals, is able to get you to the point of being adaptable to the single life, independent, and self-supportive. Take one of our divorce courses or high conflict courses to improve your coparenting relationship.

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Establishing Limits on Kids Technology Use

Posted by: Dr. Justin D'Arienzo, Psy.D., ABPP

Establishing Limits on Kids Technology Use March 9, 2022 Why is establishing limits on kids technology use so important?! Well, kids little brains are more susceptible to social influence than adults. Starting around the age of 10 to 12, children’s brains undergo a major shift that causes them to seek social rewards – which means […]

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Preparing for Minnesota Wedding

Minnesota Premarital Education Course

Posted by: Dr. Justin D'Arienzo, Psy.D., ABPP

Are you getting married in Minnesota and having conflict? We can help you! It is crucial to solve an argument when fighting to avoid reoccurring, additional, and lasting conflict. Ensuring confidence, safety, and trust between partners is key to finding success in your relationship. Couples can effectively solve and deescalate their problems by using Dr. D’Arienzo’s conflict resolution tips, Dr. Gottman’s five step tool, and safe talking techniques. Find out more through out Minnesota Premarital Education Course!

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Parent and Family Stabilization Course: Abuse

Parent and Family Stabilization Course

Posted by: Dr. Justin D'Arienzo, Psy.D., ABPP

What is domestic violence and abuse? What constitutes domestic violence and child abuse? What are the warning signs of abuse and how can we report abuse? Section 6 of our DCF-Approved Parent/Family Stabilization Course goes over these answers in detail. Click here to learn more about domestic violence and abuse.

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Parent/Family Stabilization Course: Communicating With the Other Parent

Parent and Family Stabilization Course

Posted by: erica

Communication is key in a co-parenting relationship. This article outlines section 5 of our Parent and Family Stabilization Course: Communication. Click here if If you want to learn how you can communicate for the well-being of your children.

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Parent and Family Stabilization Course: How to Communicate with Your Children During a Divorce

Parent and Family Stabilization Course

Posted by: Dr. Justin D'Arienzo, Psy.D., ABPP

Dr. D’Arienzo is a Board Certified Clinical Psychologist and Divorce Expert. Dr. D’Arienzo developed a fully online Parent and Family Stabilization Course. Dr. D’Arienzo discusses section four of his course: how to communicate with your children about divorce. Purchase our course to ensure that your children survive and thrive during your divorce.

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Florida Parent Education and Family Stabilization Course: Divorce as Loss

High Conflict Divorce Course

Posted by: Dr. Justin D'Arienzo, Psy.D., ABPP

Divorce is a loss for the parents and children that are involved. In this article we will discuss the stages of grief and loss as it pertains to divorce. We go over the stages of loss, the changes that come with divorce, and how you can get through divorce. Take our DCF Approved Parent Stabilization Course for only $19.95 today.

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High-Conflict Co-Parenting Course: Parallel Parenting

High Conflict Coparenting Course

Posted by: Dr. Justin D'Arienzo, Psy.D., ABPP

A moderate level of conflict is normal when you are in the divorce or separation process. If you are experiencing high levels of conflict with your co-parent, it might be time to try parallel parenting. Parallel parenting is when you and the other parent take care of the children completely independent of one another. Click here to learn more about parallel parenting.

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Models and Stages of Divorce

High Conflict Divorce Course

Posted by: Dr. Justin D'Arienzo, Psy.D., ABPP

Dr. D’Arienzo is our Board-Certified Clinical Psychologist and National Divorce Expert. Dr. D’Arienzo developed our parent education and family stabilization courses and our high conflict divorce course. This article outlines the five stages of the Kübler Ross Stages of Grief model and how they relate to divorce. Learn more about divorce and co-parenting by taking one of our parent education and family stabilization courses or our high conflict divorce course.

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How Do Children React to Divorce?

High Conflict Divorce Course

Posted by: Dr. Justin D'Arienzo, Psy.D., ABPP

If you are going through a divorce with children, you must receive proper co-parenting education. Children of divorced parents are more likely to suffer adverse effects than children with parents that are together. Children with divorced parents are more likely to have mental health issues, engage in risk-taking behaviors, suffer guilty feelings, lose interest in social activities, and lose faith in marriage. Purchase our High-Conflict Co-Parenting Course to learn how parents can work together to protect the well-being of their child(ren).

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