Breaking down your family into Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats gives you great perspective when coParenting. Dr. Debra Carter explains.
(3 min 10 sec read)
The problems associated with intentional behavior attempting to estrange the child or bar a parent from access to the child are real.
(2 minutes 14 seconds read)
You have probably felt misunderstood, helpless, unfairly treated, and trapped in the court system during the divorce process.
(1 minute 44 seconds read time)
Are you a good coParent? Debra Carter can help. If you or your ex exhibit these behaviors, maybe you’re not coParenting your kids the way you wish to.
(1 minute 18 seconds read)
During divorce, you need a team to help you and your children. A Parenting Coordinator is one such member for your kids. Debra Carter explains team members.
(1 minute 40 seconds read)
If you’re unsure what a Parenting Coordinator does or how they can help you with your parenting plan, Debra K. Carter, PhD explains it all here.
(3 minutes 30 seconds read)
This is the first of a 3 series article taken from Debra K. Carter’s book, and it deals with the first phase of Parenting Coordination.
(3 minutes 42 seconds read)