Co-parenting After Divorce

A trend has emerged in which separated and divorced parents are actively collaborating in bringing up their kids. Google “Co-parenting after divorce” and you’ll find several pages of books, articles, websites and blogs, indicating that there is a hot market for how-to advice in this realm, including “conscious uncoupling”, coined by celebs Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin .

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Coparenting and the Transition to Parenthood: A Framework for Prevention

The way that parents work together in their roles as parents, the coparenting relationship, has been linked to parental adjustment, parenting, and child outcomes. The coparenting relationship offers a

Co-parenting After Divorce |

A trend has emerged in which separated and divorced parents are actively collaborating in bringing up their kids. Google “Co-parenting after divorce” and you’ll find several pages of books, arti

Co-parenting After Divorce

A trend has emerged in which separated and divorced parents are actively collaborating in bringing up their kids. Google “Co-parenting after divorce” and you’ll find several pages of books, arti

Courtship After Divorce

It was almost seven years ago that I took a chance and drove from Manhattan to Glen Ridge, NJ one Sunday morning.  It was about a 45-minute drive for me, […]

Shared Parenting, Social Justice and Children's Rights

The time has come for both family law legislators and family practitioners to take action to establish co-parenting as the foundation of family law.

New drug for postpartum depression – a response to the New York Times

Distinguishing normal emotional distress from a psychiatric emergency.

Parental Alienation as Child Abuse and Family Violence

Stopping parental alienating behaviors is imperative for the promotion of the best interests of children and the health of families.

Countering Arguments Against Shared Parenting in Family Law

Shared parenting as a presumption in family law has historically been met with skepticism among many legal and mental health professionals.

The Forced Removal of Children from Parental Care

No matter its stripe, parental alienation is a serious form of child and parent abuse, and parental alienators represent a persistent danger to the lives of children.

On Father’s Day, Remember the Alienated Father

Let us harness our indignation over the harm and injustice of certain types of parent-child estrangement to all forms of parent-child alienation.

Communication Protocols

Communication Protocols In many ways parenting living separately is similar to parenting living together. The ability of parents to communicate effectively is a vital element for successful coparentin

How to Have a Competent Divorce

How to Have a Competent Divorce   Does the term “competent divorce” sound like an oxymoron? Like “legal brief” or “jumbo shrimp”? We define a competent divorce as one in which the parents

How To Keep Children Out of The Middle

How To Keep Children Out of The Middle Research and common sense have come to the same conclusion: Ongoing parental conflict is harmful to children. The impact is even greater when the children are ca

Telling Your Children

 Telling Your Children Many parents who are in the process of separation and divorce struggle with the questions of how, when and what to say to their children. Here are some guidelines to assist yo

Advances in Perinatal Anxiety Research

Perinatal anxiety is starting to get the scientific attention it deserves

Addressing Anxiety About Zika Virus With Your Patients

Both medical and mental health practices are seeing an uptick in patient concern

Urban Women and Postpartum Depression

Research suggests living in a city may raise your risk

The Truth About Postpartum Psychosis

There is more than the media reports

Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders in Latina Moms

Why we need better efforts to reach women at higher risk

Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders and Low Socioeconomic Status

What increases a woman's risk, programs that are working, and what we still need

New Program Screens NICU Moms for Postpartum Depression

Mothers with NICU babies may be more likely to have PPD – and less likely to get help

New Potential Treatment Options for Women With Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders

Lifestyle changes and magnetic therapy are among the promising alternatives and complements to antidepressants

New Moms and Chronic Depression

New research into the role of oxytocin levels

Coparenting as a Women’s Rights Issue

Shared parenting ensures the continued involvement of mothers in the lives of their children, and this makes it just as much a women’s as a men’s rights issue.

Parental Alienation: What Is the Solution?

The only effective means to combat and eliminate parental alienation is to address it by means of a multi-faceted approach that involves fundamental changes to the divorce system.

The Life of the Alienated Parent

Coping with the emotional trauma created by the experience of attachment-based parental alienation.

Understanding Children’s Best Interests in Divorce

“Shared parenting now has enough evidence...[that] the burden of proof should now fall to those who oppose it rather than those who promote it.”

Grandparents Affected by Adult Child Divorce

One of the lesser-mentioned advantages of co-parenting after divorce is that it can strengthen children's relationships with both sets of grandparents.

Co-Parenting in Divorce/Imagine This

It sounds like the typical family sharing a meal and a life and in some ways it is. Except that I am divorced and this is my ex husband sitting at the dining table with us and he will head home to his

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