The CPI is an organization that focuses on the needs of families experiencing separation or divorce. Our mission is to promote the healing and enhancement of ongoing family relationships.
Recognizing the unique needs of separating families, the Institute offers a wide range of resources to assist families as well as professionals with a successful transition from a one to two home family. CPI products are distributed throughout the US as well as internationally.
The professionals at the CPI are dedicated to educating the public, judges, legal and mental health professionals on the impact of divorce and time-sharing arrangements on the development of children.
Meet the Team
Susan Boyan and Ann Marie Termini are co-founders of the Cooperative Parenting Institute.
Ann Marie Termini
Ann Marie Termini, Ed.S., M.S., is a Licensed Professional Counselor. She has worked with children and families since 1979. Respected in her field, she has conducted numerous seminars on the international, national, state and local levels. She has experience developing programs that meet the specific needs of professionals working with children and their families.
Mrs. Termini also published material in professional journals focusing on the therapeutic needs of children. She was a former officer for the San Antonio Association for Marriage and Family Therapy and coordinator for special education services. She has been awarded Clinical Membership in the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy and is a member of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts. Among her many professional activities, Mrs. Termini was a consultant for a family court in Pennsylvania.
She resides in Clarks Summit, Pennsylvania, with her husband.
You may contact her at 570-650-9929 or email@example.com
CV upon request.
Click here to see a list of Ann Marie’s articles on this website.
Susan Boyan, LMFT, has been working as a psychotherapist with families and children for over 38 years. Susan provides workshops and trainings through the country and abroad. In 1997, when the CPI was formed, she began providing professional parenting coordination training. In addition to her regular practice Susan provides divorce coaching, coparenting, parenting coordination and family mediation.
She is respected in the field as an expert on high-conflict divorce, child development, parental alienation and parenting coordination. She testifies in court and has written several professional articles in her area of expertise. She has been awarded Clinical Membership in the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy and is a member of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts.
Susan resides in Atlanta, Georgia and is available for phone consultation at her regular hourly rate.
You may contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org
CV upon request.
Click here to see a list of Susan’s articles on this website.