The loss of a marriage and the physical loss of a partner share similar grief patterns. When going through a divorce, you must rectify the loss of your partner and their continued influence over your life and your children. Kubler Ross, Paul Bohannon, and Stanley Hagemeyer explain the stages of divorce and models of grief with idea’s on how to cope with your divorce. Here you can read more about the emotional process of divorce and our High-Conflict Co-Parenting course.
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.
According to psychologists and social learning theory, most couples undergo changes in roles and demands along with the challenges to balance other new parent responsibilities. The precarious transition leads to a decrease in relationship functioning and increase in specialization of parental roles.
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.
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.
Dr. D’Arienzo is a licensed Clinical Psychologist and National Forensic Expert. In this article, he discusses consent for minors regarding healthcare. Dr. D’Arienzo discusses psychological services in divorce and separation cases. It might appear harmless when a divorced parent takes their child to receive psychological services. This can lead to many dilemmas, like parents not agreeing on treatment plans for their child.
D’Arienzo Psychology is seeing a significant uptick in new mental health referrals at our practice which began when Governor DeSantis opened up Florida for Phase 1 in mid-April. Marriages are stressed, divorced parents have been fighting about visitation and the potential impact of COVID-19 and whether the other parent’s visitation is essential (the answer is, YES). Parents have had to balance homeschooling, work, and children with cabin fever, and single people have never been more isolated (dating has virtually stopped). People are worried about their jobs, paying bills, and their businesses.
Are you or someone you know going through a divorce? Divorce is not easy, especially if you have children. In this article, Dr. Justin D’Arienzo discusses how to break the news to your children. D’Arienzo Psychology offers a range of helpful parent educational tools. Click here to learn more.
In addition to providing his expertise to local news outlets on multiple occasions during September and October 2016, Dr. D’Arienzo was also featured on the T.D. Jakes Show on the Oprah Winfrey Network. He spoke about Digital Kidnapping and Internet Safety. T.D. Jakes Show October 14, 2016: Featured Psychologist on the T.D. Jakes Show. Digital Kidnapping […]
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