Our compassionate divorce course covers the core elements of what divorcing people need to understand, consider and act on as they pursue healthy healing and a new life in the aftermath of marriage. Divorce impacts approximately 50% of marriages, is well understood and like any challenge in life, can be an opportunity to grow, secure the next steps for you and your family.
A wholly reimagined online developmental experience designed to measurably transform your approach to a challenging period, celebrating the effort, consideration and struggles of caring for yourself, those impacted by the change and the future with a peer partner, trained as you will be in empathic, active listening. This program brings together cutting edge research content and applications driven by Stanford affiliated psychologists on an intuitive online learning platform.
Who Should Attend Compassionate Divorce Training Program?
Those considering going through transition, separation, and divorce, with children of any age or none, grandparents with children going through transitions, developmental psychology students, psychologists, social workers, family practice MDs, family law providers, counselors, school psychologists, grandparents, concerned teachers, human resources professionals volunteers, and those preparing for the above.
Excellent for undergraduate behavioral classes and graduate/undergraduate courses with a focus on family dynamics.
Why choose the compassionate Divorce Training Program?
The Compassionate Divorce program is here to help you through divorce compassionately, understanding new approaches to co-parenting or help you improve your relationship with your ex-spouse post divorce.
Compassionate Divorce offers a unique approach to education that strips boring and non-relevant materials from your learning environment, and putting the most important person in charge, reflecting critical experiences and identity, you! Our unique and impactful program that uses reading modules and dyadic peer to peer discussions to help you divorce compassionately.