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Coparenting Consultation Specialist

Cognitive Behavioral & Integrative Therapy located in Falls Church & Alexandria, VA

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Coparenting Consultation

If your child struggles with anxiety, depression, behavioral problems, or other mental health challenges related to divorce or separation, expert therapists at The Center for Cognitive Therapy in Falls Church and Alexandria, Virginia, can help. They provide co-parenting consultations to teach separated or divorced parents how to manage conflict and structure this important transition. To learn more, schedule an appointment online, or call the practice today.

What are co-parenting consultations?

Co-parenting consultations teach separated or divorced parents ways to reduce family tension, ease conflict, improve communication, and co-parent effectively. 

What are the benefits of co-parenting consultations?

The many benefits you can expect after co-parenting consultations at The Center for Cognitive Therapy and Assessment include:

  • Improvements in quality of life
  • Reduced symptoms of mental health disorders
  • Reductions in stress
  • Better problem-solving skills
  • Improved behavior patterns
  • Better interpersonal relationships
  • Improved family communication
  • Fewer family conflicts

Co-parenting consultations help parents improve the emotional climate for their kids at home, despite a divorce or separation. 

Are co-parenting consultations right for me?

To find out if you’re a candidate for co-parenting consultations at The Center for Cognitive Therapy and Assessment, your provider discusses your lifestyle, family history of mental health struggles, and home environment. They personalize a treatment plan that’s best for your family.

What should I expect during co-parenting consultations?

During co-parenting consultations at The Center for Cognitive Therapy and Assessment, you and your family meet with licensed mental health professionals. 

Co-parenting consultations offer advice about talking with your kids about separation and divorce. They advise you about developing time-sharing schedules and parenting plans that work well for all family members. 

What are co-parenting plans?

Co-parenting plans include agreements about education for your kids, holiday plans, summer vacations, concerns, and other issues your family encounters. You can review various models for sharing and discuss the needs of your child’s future in a respectful, thoughtful way. 

Parenting plans vary based on your child’s age, needs, temperament, and preferences. Your specialist can help you change a co-parenting plan if needed to ensure the best outcome for your family — especially your kids.

To learn more about co-parenting consultations at The Center for Cognitive Therapy and Assessment and find out if they’re right for you, call their offices or schedule an appointment online today.

The Center for Cognitive Therapy and Assessment
Falls Church: 
✆ Phone (appointments): 703-618-0900
✆ Phone (general inquiries): 703-618-0900
Address: 300 North Washington St., Suite 102, Falls Church, VA 22046

Old Town Alexandria: 
✆ Phone (appointments): 703-618-0900
✆ Phone (general inquiries): 703-618-0900
Address: 1414 Prince St, Suite 312, Alexandria, VA 22314