. . . we don't want to rob them of their innocence or childhood.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) June 18, 2013
Safeguarding children’s physical, emotional and psychological needs during and after divorce can be extremely complex and frustrating. That’s why hopeafterdivorce.org expert Rosalind Sedacca, founder of Child-Centered Divorce, a Support Network for Parents, created her new 10-hour Mastering Child-Centered Divorce Audio Coaching Program.
The comprehensive audio course helps mothers and fathers resolve the day-to-day challenges of being a divorced parent. They discover the warning signs of problems, behaviors to avoid, the path to peaceful resolution for co-parenting challenges, resources available to them, stress-reduction tips and proven parenting success strategies including:
- How to diffuse conflict with your former spouse while maximizing positive communication
- How best to handle questions, depression, tension, arguments and other behaviors from your children
- What to expect from children of different age groups, from toddlers through teens
- How to stay centered and take care of your own needs during and after the post-divorce transition
- How best to take advantage of the expertise of attorneys, mediators, therapists and other professionals, while not being “taken” yourself
- How to handle weekly routines, schedules, activities and other responsibilities without losing your cool
- Coping skills for disciplining children, dating again, and other complex challenges that come with parenting after divorce
Sedacca is recognized around the world as the Voice of Child-Centered Divorce. A Certified Corporate Trainer who became a Divorce & Parenting Coach after her own divorce, she created the Child-Centered Divorce Network to help separating, divorcing, and divorced parents find the information, expert advice, and other resources they need to create the most positive outcome – especially for their children.
Sedacca is also 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! It provides a unique and successful approach to telling children about divorce by creating a family storybook using her text and fill-in-the-blank age-appropriate templates.
“I’ve been where divorcing and divorced parents are today and understand the challenges they’re facing! I experienced the same insecurities, anger, guilt and sense of overwhelm,” says Sedacca. “My story worked out for well for my son, his father, and me. I want to share what I learned, especially about mistakes parents must avoid as well as the emotional effects our decisions have on our children. We don’t want to rob them of their innocence or their childhood.”
A regular blogger for the Huffington Post and numerous other divorce and parenting websites and blogs, Sedacca says divorce doesn’t have to emotionally wound our children. “It’s not divorce itself that scars children,” she says. “It’s the conflict between selfish parents making decisions based on anger and resentment that does most of the damage.” For details on Sedacca's new program, go to: http://www.childcentereddivorce.com/coaching.
About the Child-Centered Divorce Network
A support network for parents, Child-Centered Divorce provides articles, advice, a weekly newsletter, books, coaching services, a free ebook on Post-Divorce Parenting: Success Strategies for Getting It Right and other valuable resources on divorce and parenting issues. Learn more at http://www.childcentereddivorce.com.
About Hope After Divorce
Hopeafterdivorce.org is a digital library and resource center for men and women during and after divorce. Contributors include therapists, attorneys, writers, financial advisors, and other divorce professionals. For more information, please visit http://www.hopeafterdivorce.org.