Links to Helpful Documents and Websites:
Communication Guide in High Conflict Co-Parenting 03.2017, by Marie José
Parenting Plan essential elements 03.2017 by Marie José. It lists issues parents should discuss and plan for.
Child’s greatest dilemma 03.2017 ,by Marie José. This document includes thoughts and feelings your child experiences about the parents’ conflicts. Your child will not experience them all. But all have been experienced by children.
Fears parenting time and custody disputes 03.2017 ,by Marie José. Fears parents experience related to parenting time and custody dispute. One does not experience them all. But all have been experienced by someone.
Fears related to divorce process 03.2017, by Marie José. In this document you will find a list of fears and worries that parents experience. One does not experience them all. But all have been experienced by someone. Know that the fear you experience is a clue that you are in a new situation and that you need to develop new skills.
What to Tell the Kids About a HCP coparent, by Bill Eddy
BIFF Response (to High Conflict Co-Parent),by Bill Eddy
Calming Upset People With EAR, by Bill Eddy
Holiday Schedule Co-Parenting CA, Created by California Court. User friendly for any State. May be edited online and printed
AFCC Coparenting Communication Guide, by AFCC Arizona Chapter ,by Bill Eddy
Distinguishing between “Conflictual” co-parenting and “Cooperative” co-parenting by Deena Stacer ph.D., YouTube VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mw42gPsyyas
Dr Greene approach to challenging behaviors in children, Dr. Greene discusses how challenging behaviors in children are caused by a lack of skills to cope with demands but not by a lack of motivation. Parenting by rewards and punishments does not help a child improve his/her behavior because the child does no lack “Will” but lacks “Skills“. Dr. Greene teaches us how to parent any child (easy ones and challenging ones). His approach, very much like that of Bill Eddy’ uses Empathy, Attention, Respect. Parents learn and teach their child(ren) how to manage their emotions, develop awareness of their thinking and problem solve: http://livesinthebalance.org/parents-families