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Tammy Daughtry M.MFT.; Jay Daughtry, M.MFT.



Approved For CE

Licensed Professional Counselors, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists, Licensed Clinical Social Workers, Pastors, Pastoral Counselors, Lay Counselors, Coaches

Approved For CME/CEU




There is hope for children of divorce. Licensed mental health professionals and ministry leaders need to expand their tools for working with divorced co-parents and their children by learning about the five categories of co-parenting, the six risks for kids of divorce, and how to handle the hand-offs between families in emotionally and developmentally appropriate ways for children. The presenters will also help licensed mental health professionals and ministry leaders discover what children of divorce wish they could tell their parents. In this workshop, eight client handouts will be shared, including the “Indicators of Healthy Co-parenting,” created by the presenters, along with a discussion of relevant research on this topic.

Learning Objectives

1. Analyze the five unique categories of co-parenting and how they impact children to enhance working with divorced parents
2. Describe the research on the six critical risks for children of divorce and help clients move toward protective measures for their shared children
3. Identify why the handoff is emotionally and developmentally a defining factor for children of divorce and be able to implement strategies for a healthy handoff between co-parents and their children
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