Conscious Co-Parenting Institute focuses on separating or divorced families dealing with pathogenic parenting formerly known as “Parental Alienation (PA).” Family Court cases involving this family dynamic are perhaps the most vexing and difficult cases that exist in Family Court. These cases require careful and painstaking preparation, analysis of voluminous documentation, and preparation of experts & collateral witnesses. They can be difficult to demonstrate in court and include arduous steps that exceed the normal representation of a Family Law case without “parental alienation.” These cases exploit and wear down the system, and do so in the service of the alienation. Legal professionals get bogged down with the PA term and get confused by it.
We understand the complexities of these cases that involved parent-child cutoffs and have created programs that focus on these very issues.
The programs we offer are Conscious Co-Parenting Courses, Conscious Co-Parenting Licensing Certification Program, One-on-One Coaching, and custody court preparation & consultation.
The Conscious Co-Parenting Course is an excellent learning experience for parents seeking to deepen their understanding of the core concepts of being a quality, conscious co-parent. You will achieve a greater understanding of this complex family dynamic, and how to shift from being a victim or target parent, to being an empowered and proactive CHOSEN conscious co-parent. You will learn how to overcome this in court and how to co-parent even with a difficult ex-spouse. You will learn how to develop and implement a highly effective Conscious Co-Parenting Plan™. To learn more about or sign up for the Conscious Co-Parenting Course, click here. Once you enroll, you get started right away. The path begins now.
I am a licensed clinical social worker in CT and I am inquiring about the Conscious Co-parenting licensing certification program. For over 20 years, I have been facilitating and revising our curriculum for the state mandated Parent Education Program for parent in the family court system. I am looking to further my education in the field. Thank you for your time and additional information.