Learning how to co-parent with someone you are no longer in a relationship with is no easy task. Although you may want to complete cut ties with that person it, it is inevitable that you will need to interact at some points because you have children together. Most likely, couples who are divorced or separated, continue to have the same disagreements about the child(ren) but now, it's from their separate homes. Coming to an agreement about your parenting timeshare, educational decisions, medical decisions, child's responsibilities, and managing their extracurricular activities may seem like impossible tasks. Interacting with the other in the child's presence may also pose as a potential challenge for co-parents as well. A co-parenting therapist will be a neutral third party that you can confide in to help talk about these issues. Therapy can help co-parents create an amicable relationship in order to protect both themselves and their children from unnecessary conflict. To request a new patient appointment click here.