Co-Parent Education Class
Co-Parent Education Class for High Conflict Divorced, Separated or Never-Married Parents
I am an instructor for the Williams James College’s High Conflict Parent Education program, which is part of the CAFFES program within the college.
CAFFES, a resource for parents experiencing divorce and separation, holds an intensive nine-week course to build co-parenting skills for parents who are in high conflict divorce and separation situations. This is an educational program, not counseling, and attendance is mandatory for participants.
We teach skills that can help high conflict divorced parents solve problems faster, save money by avoiding long court battles, and create a calmer atmosphere for your child and for yourself.
Our co-facilitators (one male, one female; one attorney and one mental health professional) work with parents on skills that include ways to communicate, ways to manage disagreements, and ways to control your own behavior.
We base the class on the following beliefs:
Please contact Mary Ferriter, Director, High Conflict Parent Education Program at Mary_Ferriter@williamjames.edu or at 617-327-6777 X2273
If you have any questions about our mediation services or would like to speak with Ben, please send us a message.
You can schedule mediation appointments, consultations and CPS Sessions online with us.