How The Co-Parenting Seminar Works(view pamphlet here)
The Plan For Peace Co-Parenting Seminar is another option for those considering divorce/separation or already in the process. A seminar format allows parents to learn about the long term consequences for children who are exposed to high conflict. Findings from research in The Adverse Childhood Experiences Study (ACES) are explored, identifying different types of trauma children can be exposed to, associated risks, and resources for help.
Learn from various experts in the field of divorce/separation and shield your child from trauma. Why learn from your own mistakes when you can learn from other's? Real life case examples are presented by professional's dealing with legal, financial, mental health, assets/liabilities, and best interest of children in divorce. The case examples provide a good frame of reference for considering strategies in your own divorce. No legal advice or mental health services are provided. However, experts will share the most common mistakes they see and strategies for a better divorce. Imagine having the opportunity to learn from many expert resources in one seminar, with an opportunity to save time, money and stress. Because an Informed divorce is a Better divorce.
Seminars are held at The University of South Florida, Harbor Hall, 1000 3rd Street South, St. Petersburg, FL from 9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. once a month for ONLY $50 per person ($75 to register on the day of the event). Continental breakfast included and optional box lunch available at check-in! All seminar attendees are eligible to receive a discount for future services provided by Lela Bloodsworth, LMHC. To register, follow the instructions and click the button below, or call (727) 348-7323 or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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