Online High Conflict and Anger Management Classes Specific to Co Parenting are on the Rise

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ChildSharing, Inc., an online educational website that develops programs for both counties and families across the country, has seen a 16% bump in county mandated requirement for high conflict programs being taken online over the past six months. These mandatory parent education programs may been required due to high conflict separation or divorce where parental conflict is present.

Online Anger Management Classes

Online Anger Management Classes

Our anger management classes help divorcing parents learn what triggers their anger, strategies for managing their anger, alternate ways for expressing their anger and the consequences of anger.

Online co-parenting and divorce classes have been steadily making their way across the country. With over 8500 parents signed up to take one of the online parenting classes over the past 3 years in more than 600 counties, it is no surprise that judges, mediators and family law professionals are seeing the anger management programs as a welcome addition to a much needed demand. The online anger management class offers a convenient and flexible way for parents to comply with court ordered mandates in an effort to keep their families functioning peacefully. Online anger management classes help participants learn to recognize the signs that they are becoming angry, and deal with the situation positively. The classes do not discourage anger, which is a healthy emotion, but they give out of control individuals a way to control their emotions, especially around children. ChildSharing’s unique online anger management class is offered in either eight or twelve hours in compliance with most requirements for court ordered education.

“Our anger management program has been a welcome addition to the family courts when parents are going through a high conflict separation or divorce. This is due to the fact our program is specific to co-parenting and divorce. Our anger management classes help divorcing parents learn what triggers their anger, strategies for managing their anger, alternate ways for expressing their anger and the consequences of anger,” states Lori LaVigne, Education Planner for “Anger Management classes help both men and women with anger issues, which in turn help the children. This is our main objective, to provide state and county officials additional tools to equip both the mother and father do a better job while parallel parenting. We are not surprised by the growing demand as counties are reaching out for tools that will families and keep them out of the courts.”

ChildSharing’s online anger management class include interactive video quizzes, real-life applications, and a wide variety of anger management information ranging from myths about anger management, red flags for out-of-control anger, domestic violence, and the effects of anger on children. Their court-affiliated anger management program has been accepted by more counties across the country than any other online anger management program.

Michelle Muncy of ChildSharing, Inc. says, “The anger management program is both informative and accessible—a combination that is all too rare in our complex, technology-driven learning environment. We are not surprised at the 16% growth of the anger management program, my guess is that the numbers will be significantly higher over the next 6 months and we are excited to monitor the data. is in the process of evaluating all of their programs to determine the long-term outcome and efficacy of each and every program.Our hope is that we are able to provide affordable education to individuals who may not have otherwise received it.”

Founded in 2008, ChildSharing, Inc. is dedicated to better educating and supporting families. ChildSharing, Inc. works with experts across the country in an effort to properly educate families in transition. For more information on our experts, or for additional questions regarding ChildSharing, Inc., visit


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