Next PC Course starts January 7, 2022

Training with Susan Boyan, LMFT

We are now offering our 6 week parenting coordination training using an online delivery option.

When:  January 7, 2022 through February,18 2022 (6weeks/24 hr)

Information: This 24 hour version of parenting coordination training. Upon request, it can be expanded for the 26 hr requirements of the Lousianna statutes. This meets the training requirements of the AFCC and most state statutes.

Course Schedule: The online course will include self-directed recorded learning, quizzes, weekly assignments and live Zoom meetings on Fridays from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm Eastern Daylight Time. Participants must complete all of the classwork to receive their certificate of completion.

Textbooks: INCLUDED in the registration fee: The Parenting Coordination Reference Manualand Cooperative Parenting and Divorce: A Parent Guide to effective Coparent  Note: US shipping and International Shipping will be billed

Cancellation Policy:

  • Full refund minus $50 admin. fee prior to November 26, 2021
  • November 27 to December 17th, 50% refund minus $50 admin fee
  • No refunds offered after December 18th but a credit for the next PC training can be offered minus the admin fee.

Click here to go to the registration page



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Download the Divorce Rules, Coparenting Rules and see the latest coparenting book titled, "The Coparents' Communication Handbook". Also see coparenting apps, books and reading for your children. Then check out our parenting blogs.

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Children Caught in the Middle - See a loyalty bind in action and the damage and stress it causes the children…

A loyalty bind puts children in the middle of having to choose one parent over the other. When children are asked to pick sides this creates a tremendous burden on them. Children will either defend the parent getting put down or they will join the complaining parent. They are torn between placing their loyalties with one parent at the cost of betraying or being disloyal to the other parent. Children feel anger, confusion, anxiety, guilt and sadness, and anxiety when they hear negative comments about their parents. Children do not have a fully formed sense of self and are at risk of fears that they may be like the parent being put down.

View the video of Marcus and his mother.  Notice how easy it is to put your child into the middle.

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We are dedicated to providing unique services to families experiencing divorce and separation. Services include psychotherapy, divorce coaching, family mediation, co-parenting, reunification therapy and parenting coordination. The CPI also provides training and education to family law attorneys, mental health providers and the courts.