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A Happy Child Co-Parenting Course

State Certified Family Stabilization Parent Education Program written by Kids Need Both, Inc founder Danica Joan Dockery, M.Ed.

Danica Joan Dockery · May 31, 2021

We are approved in 42 States. Check to See If Your County/Parish is Approved. If your County/Parish is listed in YELLOW on the previous link, you will need to schedule a brief call with one of our Co-Parenting Coaches at anytime while completing the course to fulfill your County’s LIVE Requirement.

This is a Parent Education and Family Stabilization Course designated, pursuant to Section 61.21 (2)(a), F.S., to provide information to parents as that information relates to court actions between the parents involving custody, care, visitation, and support of a child or children.

Learning Goal:

The participant will acquire distinctions and understanding of the impact choices have upon individuals, families and extended community. And in the recognition of these distinctions, participants who complete this program, and their families, will experience improved outcomes within their family dynamics.

Performance Objectives:

At the completion of course, the participant will be able to:

  • Identify the stages of grief and how it relates to divorce/separation.
  • Distinguish techniques and ways of being most effective in communicating as a co-parent.
  • Identify standard terms used in family law.
  • Describe healthy ways co-parents can stay connected with their child.
  • Identify mistakes to avoid when communicating with the other parent.
  • Identify forms of domestic violence.
  • Generate the content of a parenting plan.

About Instructor

Danica Joan Dockery

Danica Joan Dockery is a Certified Family Mediator with the Florida Supreme Court, a Guardian Ad Litem, the author of Florida’s Family Stabilization Parent Education Curriculum, Educator, a Personal Custody Coach and founder of Kids Need Both, Inc. She has devoted her life to guiding families, through coaching, education, and resources, to find workable, equitable, solutions to their custody conflicts. In her life she has been a television producer, scriptwriter, graphic designer, photographer, college professor, elementary school teacher, curriculum author, executive director, anger management and domestic violence specialist, traffic school owner, family mediator, and an Amazon Best Selling Author. She has a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Digital Design and a Master of Education degree in Instructional Technology. She has five sons and five grandchildren. Danica was personally impacted over 20 years ago with a high conflict custody battle that she successfully navigated through her commitment to 50/50 shared custody. Now that her children are adults, she continues to advocate for the next generation.

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Course Includes

  • 26 Lessons
  • 7 Topics
  • 9 Coursework
  • Course Certificate

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LOURDES D'ARAGONA
Posted 3 hours ago
learning how to be a co parent

great for parents

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darius-t-wilson
Posted 4 days ago
Darius

it was good

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Michelle Clegg
Posted 2 weeks ago
very well done

the content and pace of the course was done very well

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Brianna Ranie
Posted 1 month ago
Very informative

I was not excited about having to take a course, but after completing the course, I am glad that I did. This information was very informative.

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Christina Taylor
Posted 1 month ago
Great tips

This course made me realize a lot on how to coparent better using meeting in the middle

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Nicole Cunningham
Posted 2 months ago
Great course!

It was very informative and helpful.

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Vernon Moore
Posted 2 months ago
Awesome

I like this coirse

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Michelle Williams
Posted 2 months ago
Informative

This course was a great refresher and very informative. Thank you

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Martin Guadarrama
Posted 3 months ago
how to help ours child and try to give the best to them. prevent to do bad things to other co-parent and a lot information

I like all the information provide on this course, i like some or the explains the give and dislike this course need more interaction with the student. My expectation was receive more information but this help me to continue asking on my lawyer for more info thanks so much.

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christal
Posted 3 months ago
Compromise, It Doesn’t Make You Weak.

It’s Most Important To Acknowledge Your Symptoms You’re Going Through. This Way You Can Take Accountability In Your Actions To Better Your Childs Future.

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