Child-Centered Divorce Network Announces Complimentary Divorce & Parenting Expert Interview Series

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Rosalind Sedacca interviews divorce attorneys, mediators, psychologists, coaches and other experts who favor a child-centered approach for her new audio interview series.

Child-Centered Divorce Network

If parents aren’t cautious, they can inadvertently use their children as pawns ...

Rosalind Sedacca, founder of the Child-Centered Divorce Network, has just released a series of Expert Interviews on all facets of divorce and parenting. Available free at, the series includes attorneys, mediators, psychologists, parenting experts, educators, financial planners, coaches and many other experts around the world. Each one supports the effort to help parents put their children’s emotional and psychological needs first when making any decisions regarding their divorce or separation.

Parents who are facing, moving through or transitioning after divorce, as well as step-parents and those moving into a blended family, will all benefit from the advice, insight and strategies provided by Sedacca’s Child-Centered Divorce Experts.

Among the many divorce experts interviewed by Rosalind Sedacca are Licensed Family Counselor M. Gary Neuman, Deborah Hecker, D.Psy, Mediator Philippa Levitt, Jean Tracy, MSS, Mediator Catherine MacWillie, dream expert Carol Morgan, Kids On Time Founder Anne Sleeman, Dr. Peter Hill, NLP Practitioner Liz Becker, Spiritual Divorce Coach Facilitator Jeffrey Malone, Michael Mastracci, Esq. and Lisa Decker, CDFA. In addition, Sedacca speaks about the advantages of creating a child-centered divorce and the biggest mistakes divorced parents make that sabotage of the well-being of their children.

Sedacca is the author of the internationally-acclaimed ebook, How Do I Tell the Kids About the Divorce? A Create-a-Storybook Guide to Preparing Your Children – with Love! Her new ebook, Embracing a Child-Centered Divorce: Because You Love Your Children! is based on Sedacca’s years of experience first as a divorced parent and then as a Divorce & Parenting Coach. Today she is recognized as The Voice of Child-Centered Divorce.

“Divorce or separation for parents is never easy,” says Sedacca. “While you love your children you're experiencing one of life's greatest challenges and it’s essential for their well-being that you create the best possible outcome. The guidance in this Expert Series will be invaluable in helping you make wise decisions, avoid dangerous mistakes and support yourself and your family in the months and years ahead.”

Sedacca adds, when faced with the reality of divorce, most parents experience a roller-coaster of emotions -- including fear, anger, resentment, sadness and an overwhelming sense of guilt. They want to do right by their children. At the same time they are coping with the failure of their marriage, often frightening financial considerations, multitudes of decisions and the urge to get back at their soon-to-be former spouse for the part they played in causing the divorce. It can bring out the worst in people. And if parents aren’t cautious, they can inadvertently use their children as pawns in schemes to hurt or punish their ex.

This is where Sedacca’s Child-Centered Divorce Network can be a beacon of light. Therapists, attorneys, mediators and other divorce professionals around the world refer clients to the website for its “child-centered” articles, insights, personal coaching services, programs, recommended experts and other valuable resources on divorce and parenting issues.

Parents can also download her complimentry ebook, Post-Divorce Parenting: Success Strategies for Getting It Right! at the website.

For parents who want more in-depth support Sedacca has also created her Mastering Child-Centered Divorce 10-hr Audio Coaching Program with workbook and expert interviews to keep both parents on the right track when making co-parenting decisions.

To listen to Sedacca’s Child-Centered Divorce audio Expert Interview Series, visit The interviews are all complimentary.

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