Empowering Divorcing Couples to Communicate Through Mediation with Linda Schoonover Carley

EP: 079 Linda Schoonover Carley Empowering Divorcing Couples to Communicate Through Mediation The heightened emotions that come with divorce often lead to impulsive action. The brain shuts down and couples jump into litigation without considering the consequences—or the alternatives. But the court system takes their power away and hands all of the decisions over to […]

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Parenting Through Divorce with Carl Pickhardt

EP: 050 Carl Pickhardt Parenting Through Divorce Are you waiting to get divorced until your kids are a little older in the hopes that they’ll handle it better? You may be surprised to hear that kids in early adolescence have MORE of an adjustment to make when parents divorce than at any other age. Whatever […]

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Parenting Strategies to Help Children Thrive Through Divorce with Dr. JoAnne Pedro-Carroll

EP: 035 Dr. JoAnne Pedro-Carroll Parenting Strategies to Help Children Thrive Through Divorce Parents worry about the long-term impact divorce will have on their children. The good news is that two-thirds of the children of divorce are just fine. The bad news is that one-third are, indeed, disadvantaged by long-term problems. What can parents do […]

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Understanding Parental Alienation with Charlie Jamison

EP: 027 Charlie Jamison Understanding Parental Alienation Parental alienation is a high-stakes game with serious, long-term consequences for the children involved. When a child is manipulated into showing unwarranted fear or hostility toward the targeted parent and used as a pawn in one parent’s agenda against the other, it alters their sense of reality and […]

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Making Divorce Child-Centric with Dr. Eric Frazer

EP: 024 Dr. Eric Frazer Making Divorce Child-Centric In working with divorcing clients, family lawyers develop both legal and financial strategy. But there is a third element to the ‘triad of divorce’—the family. How can we support lawyers in gathering the information they need in the area of child custody? How can we make divorce […]

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