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Tips for Successful Co-Parenting
By Danielle Levy, Psy.D.
When I ask newly divorced parents about their co-parenting goals, they typically respond that they want whatever is best for their kids. Unfortunately, somewhere along the way, many parents become so focused on their own needs (or on the antics of their exes) that they forget the needs of their kids. High conflict and high stress divorce situations can cause lapses in memory and a loss of focus. Below are a few tips to help ease the way and to help you and your kids survive your divorce.
Bio: Danielle Levy is a clinical psychologist in private practice in East Cobb. She is one half of Family Psychology of East Cobb. She and her partner established their practice at the end of 2009 after leaving a private non-profit child advocacy center. When she left the advocacy center, Dr. Levy was the Clinical Director and had gained experience conducting forensic interviews with child victims of sexual abuse, providing testimony and training, and working with professionals in multiple fields. In addition to working with child sexual abuse, Dr. Levy currently provides co-parent counseling, Parent Coordination, and psychotherapy for kids, adults, and families. She has a particular interest in helping families transition through divorce while minimizing the effect on family members. She has also recently begun accepting referrals for Custody Evaluations.
Family Psychology of East Cobb