Solutions to help couples navigate co-parenting

We Believe

You can co-parent with mutual respect and dignity to the benefit of your children.

The decision to separate or divorce is not an easy one. When families with children decide to live separately, it can raise many questions as to what co-parenting will look like. Co-parenting counseling is designed to help estranged parents look forward in a positive and respectful manner for the sake and well-being of their children. 

If you’re feeling helpless and overwhelmed by the challenges you face during your separation or divorce, and how it will impact your parenting and children, we want you to know - you’re not alone.

Compassionate Care to Help You Effectively Co-Parent

Relationships are hard. They require effort, understanding, respect, and active listening to work, and this is especially true when children are involved. Children typically experience a great deal of emotional stress following parental separation or divorce. However, parents can do a number of things to support their children following a family break-up. By staying involved in their lives, maintaining continuity in their schedules, listening to their feelings, and offering realistic assurances, parents can help guide their children towards a happy and positive future.

At Cypress, our team of mental health professionals is here to help support you through these challenging times. Whether you are dealing with an ongoing concern or need to address a recent challenge impacting your life, we’re here to help you conquer the obstacles impacting your co-parenting.

Co-Parenting Counseling Can Include

A Safe Space for Growth and Development

Even when it is no longer working, your relationship with your ex-partner shapes how each family member associates with security and safety. When the shape of a family is changed by separation or divorce, everyone’s world is turned upside down. At Cypress, we create customized treatment plans to help parents understand the best path forward after their divorce or separation. Using a combination of scientific techniques and creative solutions, we empower our clients to live their best lives.

We understand that facing your fears and challenges can be uncomfortable, and we don’t expect you to do it alone. Contact a member of our team to schedule your consultation today.  No pressure, no obligation. We look forward to hearing from you.

“Co-parenting is not a competition between two homes. It’s a collaboration of parents doing what is best for the kids.”
-Heather Hetchler