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Family Transitions & Co-Parenting

An evidence-based comprehensive course for parents co-parenting during separation and divorce

There are many challenges to families in the midst of separation and divorce. Children often struggle when they are split between two households. This group-oriented online course is designed to strengthen the parent-child relationship and enhance parenting skills to create healthy children while living in different homes.

Topics include:

  • Making a plan for shared parenting
  • Maintaining a positive, friendly relationship
  • Reducing co-parent conflict
  • Parenting skills to reduce risk
  • Handling stress and building a support network

Parents interested in completing this class must pre-register by calling 336-748-9028 and pay in advance.

Please visit our Class Calendar for class dates and times. 

For information regarding fees for this service, please contact us.

To make a referral click here or call (336) 748-9028 for more information.



Frequently Asked Questions

How do I register for the Family Transitions & Co-Parenting program?

Individuals will need to contact The Parenting PATH to enroll in the Family Transitions & Co-Parenting Program.

Is there a fee for this program?

The Parenting PATH does charge a fee for some services. This information is discussed with the individual when services are accepted.

What is the length of the program?

Participants must attend a total of 4 classes. These classes are held consecutively for 4 weeks. Classes are held on Wednesdays from 5:00pm - 6:00pm.

What if I miss a class in the series?

Participants must attend all classes and actively participate in the classes to successfully complete the program. If a participant misses a class in the series, they will be required to restart the program.

Are classes held in-person or virtually?

All classes are currently offered virtually but all participants must be visible on camera.

I have a restraining order/50B order. Will my ex-partner be able to attend the series at the same time?

The Parenting PATH takes every precaution to provide classes in a safe non-threatening environment that allows couples to participate freely without the fear of retaliation. Couples are not able to attend classes together.

Will I receive a Certificate of Completion?

Individuals meeting the program requirements receive a Certificate of Completion.