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Between Two Homes, co-parenting class. Approved by the Fifth Judicial District of Iowa, a class designed to help parents cross the bridge to becoming co-parents.

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The Between Two Homes Class


Class Description

The Between Two Homes Class consists of one four-hour class, divided into two parts and separated by a ten-minute break.

Part I: The Adults – Part I of the class focuses on adult issues related to co-parenting and keeping children out of the conflict.Topics Covered:

  • You
  • The Victim Mindset
  • Domestic Violence
  • Working with the Other Household
  • Extended Family / Significant Others
  • Suggestions for Co-parenting
  • Adult Grief
  • Conflict Disengagement
  • Alternative Dispute Options
Part II: The Children – Part II of the class focuses on child development and the needs of Children growing up in two homes.Topics Covered:

  • Children’s Stages of Development
  • Creating the Dual Home Environment
  • Parenting Time
  • Child Support and Access
  • Talking to the Children
  • Children’s Grief
  • Co-parenting Vocabulary
  • Benefits of Co-parenting
  • Alienating Behaviors

Effective Co-Parenting


Between Two Homes: A Coparenting Handbook helps you:

Build a successful co-parenting relationship so you can stop fighting and start communicating

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Recognize obstacles to the coparenting relationship.

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Learn what behaviors, and even what words, can help or potentially hurt your child.

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Talk to your child about the changes using language he or she can understand.

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