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“Ditch Divorce Distress: Proven Tools for Coping,” Interview on Divorce, Dating & Empowered Living with Rosalind Sedacca
July 23rd, 2017
Interview available on the Al Cole / People of Distinction Broadcasting Network.
Coping with hurt, anger, and overwhelm during a divorce can cost you hours of sleep, physical and emotional suffering, reduced productivity at work, and hundreds of dollars in extra legal fees!
You can gain control and confidence with tools to manage emotions. We will be discussing:
- Your Brain and your Heart on Divorce
- Understanding Brain Science to maximize stress management and effective coping
- Building the Resilience Muscle: 10 Essentials for Emotion Management
- A Simple Breathing exercise you can use anywhere and anytime to manage emotions and reclaim calm
- Mindset Magic and the power of mindfulness and meditation
“From Conflict to Cooperation: Supporting Parents in Child-Centered Family Restructuring and the Role of Co-Parent Coaching”
April 14, 2017
AFCC Oregon Annual Education and Meeting McMenamins Kennedy School, Portland, OR
We know that children are best able to develop the core capacities of self-regulation, executive functioning, and flexible problem solving and become resilient and competent adults when they are protected from parental conflict. During and post-divorce, this is the essential challenge and responsibility of parents. It is also an important responsibility of the professionals helping parents navigate the divorce process. Parents and professionals need to be part of the solution not part of the problem.
What skills do parents need in order to protect their children from conflict and effectively transition from spouses to co-parents? The essential structures and skills as well as a specific framework for parents to manage conflict communication will be presented.
How can professionals help “moderately conflicted” parents transition to effective co-parents? What is co-parenting coaching or consultation? How does it differ from parent coordination, individual, and family therapy? What are the variety of services available to help parents make this transition and what service is best used for specific need?
We will discuss how professionals can advocate for their clients but not enable destructive behavior; keeping in mind the silent stakeholders in the process—the children.