Co-Parenting Through a High Conflict Divorce
About this event
Let’s face it – divorce is a messy, painful, and exhausting process, but co-parenting with the difficult partner you’re divorcing is a whole different ballgame. A high-conflict divorce is a traumatizing experience for all parties involved. Unfortunately, children of divorcing/divorced parents often bear the brunt of marital conflict, only to show symptoms of their trauma years later.
But it doesn’t have to be this way – you can divorce your difficult ex and provide protection for your children in learning how to co-parent.
Join our panel of experts as they share their personal and professional practical advice for co-parenting through a high conflict divorce.
Dr. Nadine Macaluso, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist
After succesfully divorcing the infamous Wolf of Wall Street, Dr. Nae became an expert in personality disorders, relationships and parenting. She now works with couples and individuals at all stages of relationships, teaching them to communicate and collaborate effectively.
Jackie Miller, High Conflict Divorce Coach & Consultant
Jackie is a mother of two and founded her practice after experiencing a high-conflict divorce. She now dedicates herself to helping individuals navigate the harrowing process of divorce, offering high-level strategies and support that empower her clients.
Ann Grant, Family Law Attorney
As a lawyer, mother of three and survivor of a high-conflict divorce herself, Ann knows what it takes to go from surviving to thriving. She now empowers her clients to do the same, emphasizing boundaries in and out of the courtroom and utilizing a holistic approach in navigating the divorce process.
Note: This event will be recorded. If you cannot attend but are still interested, sign up for the event and a watch link will be emailed to you by May 28th.