Atlanta Divorce & Parent, LLC
A McCurdy Solutions Company
It's not just about the numbers, it's about what your family needs.
Let's get serious about moving forward.
Strong communication skills and a focus on the best interest of the children are key to the long-term success of today's co-parenting environment. Healthy co-parents and step-parents set reasonable, achievable goals, are accountable in positive ways to the other party and utilize the best attributes of each other to reduce stress, build positive relationships with their children, and focus on a positive future.
Finding the Best Next Step
High-Conflict Communication Coaching
Managing When You Are The Only One Trying
Navigating change often ends up with one party appearing to be working harder than the other to move forward. High Conflict Coaching helps the engaged party with tactics, tools, and processes that help minimize conflict and set boundaries. Unlike counseling, this process is a future-forward approach leading to practical and tactical next steps tailored to the specific situation.
Protecting Children During Transition
Parenting Coordination is a non-confidential, child-centered process for conflicted divorced and divorcing parents. A Parenting Coordinator is assigned to assist parents and maintain a healthy co-parenting relationship. The parent coordinator functions as a neutral with the goal of shielding children from parental conflict and avoiding repeated court intervention. A parenting coordinator may be assigned by the court or agreed to by the parties during mediation to assist in monitoring and collaborating with all parties, educating parents in effective co-parenting skills, and reducing stress on the children who are caught in the middle of a high-conflict parental situation.
What To Do When Everything Is Changing
Divorce Coaching is a flexible, goal-oriented process designed to support, motivate, and guide people going through a divorce to help them make the best possible decisions for their future, based on their particular interests, needs, and concerns. A coach works with a client to facilitate the non-legal work and support that attorneys and their legal team in general, do not do. This can include a number of issues inherent in both pre and post-divorce stages including learning to set boundaries, manage conflict, communication strategies, goal-setting, personal accountability, and managing emotions. As part of the divorce team, clients (and their attorney) can choose the issues they want and need help with and can even include pre-mediation/litigation help with getting organized, goal setting, accountability, social media strategies, and emotional support.
Engaging Young Minds
Coaching and Mentoring for Families, Blended Families, Parents, Youth Workers, Family Leaders, Young People, High School & College Grads, Stay-at-Home & Single Moms, especially pertaining to self-esteem, confidence, youth, parenting or family dynamics, May include finding a path, stress management, Understanding character, self-awareness, goal-setting, personal responsibility, setting vision, values-based living, mindset for success, managing emotions, creativity, time management,
What’s Being Said
C. C. Atlanta, GA
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