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difficult ex screamingIs My Ex Crazy or Just a Jerk? Handling a Difficult Ex (Part 1)

Faculty Member: Dr. Mark Banschick

A medical doctor, expert witness, and the author of The Intelligent Divorce book series, Dr. Banschick know how hard divorce can be on families. While writing the books, he identified 10 common types of Difficult Ex – including The Denier, The Victim, and The Addict. In Part 1 of this two-part session, he is going to be talking about how to spot and cope with the first five types. More

Can You Really Mediate a High-Conflict Divorce?couple-arguing-in-mediation

Faculty Member: Hon. Michele F. Lowrance (Ret.), Family Law Mediator and Attorney

While couples who are involved in a high-conflict divorce may think going to court is the only option, it is possible to achieve resolutions by going through mediation. Michele Lowrance, an attorney and mediator, discusses why it can be possible to mediator high-conflict divorce cases and potential issues that may arise. More

man-and-woman-fightingWhy People Behave Badly During Divorce – And How to Make Better Choices

Faculty Member: Pegotty Cooper, MBA, CDC®, Certified President of Divorce Coaching, Inc.

Anxiety, stress, and intense emotions will greatly impact how a person behaves during their divorce. But, sometimes, these emotions can make someone unreasonable, or even out of control, during a time when emotions should be put to the side and parties should focus on the issues at hand. Certified Divorce Coach Pegotty Cooper explains the reasons for why one might be displaying such behavior and what can be done to start making better choices today — and possibly have a healthy divorce. More

mother_daughter_sadLatest Research on the Impact of Divorce on Children

Faculty Member: Marta J. Papa, Divorce Attorney and Mediator

Marta J. Papa – a divorce attorney and mediator in Missouri – discusses the latest research on the impact of divorce on children, especially when there is conflict involved. She also explains the steps parents can take to help their children survive the divorce. More

divorce coachUsing a Personal Divorce Coach to Help You Make the Best Choices

Faculty Member:Pegotty Cooper, MBA, CDC, President of Divorce Coaching, Inc.

When going through a divorce, a Certified Divorce Coach (CDC) can help you figure out how to take more effective action and moving forward through the divorce process. Pegotty Cooper discusses what a CDC is and the role they play in a divorce. More

angry girlParental Alienation: How to Detect, Prevent, and Overcome Its Effects

Faculty MemberDr. Benjamin Garber, licensed psychologist and parenting coordinator

Dr. Garber details symptoms and behaviors in your children that can help you determine whether or not the other parent is intentionally trying to turn them against you, and offers concerned parents advice to prevent or at least mitigate the effects of parental alienation. More

mom daughter happyHow to Help Children Cope with Divorce

Faculty MemberTerry Gaspard, licensed therapist, author, and college instructor

Terry Gaspard explores a range of issues pertaining to parenting after divorce and, how better parenting promotes healthy adjustment for children after divorce. Terry offers strategies parents can use to help them co-parent more effectively, especially after an adversarial divorce. More

infidelityInfidelity: How to Spot It, Recover from It, and Affair-Proof Your Marriage

Faculty MemberDr. Sheri Meyers, Psy.D., Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, Infidelity Expert, author of Chatting or Cheating

Infidelity can cause irreparable harm to a marriage. Dr. Sheri Meyers offers tips on how to spot the warning signs that your spouse may be cheating, and how to recover from the affair. More

shame of divorceOvercoming the Shame of Divorce

Faculty Member: Tara Eisenhard, Author, Divorce Coach & Mediator

Learn how to overcome the feelings of shame that often accompany divorce. Tara shares her personal story as a child of divorce who eventually married and divorced. She has a unique perspective on what causes shame after a divorce and how to reduce such feelings of shame. More

stressed manStress: How to Manage It

Faculty Member: Alison Fosbery, MA, Registered Psychotherapist

Stress levels increase when one starts considering divorce, going through a divorce, or having to co-parent with an unreasonable ex. How we handle stress and anxiety can impact our children and loved ones, so it’s important to understand the underlying causes of these emotions and how to stay in control. More

my ex is crazyMy Ex is Crazy! Tips for Handling Divorce and Co-Parenting with a High-Conflict Ex-Spouse

Faculty Member: Megan L. Hunter, MBA, Publisher, Author, Speaker

These days, everyone involved in a difficult divorce thinks their ex has a personality disorder – such as Narcissistic Personality Disorder, Borderline Personality Disorder, or Antisocial Personality Disorder. Find out how to determine whether or not your ex-spouse has a personality disorder and how to handle divorce and co-parenting when conflict is involved. More

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