UPCOMING EVENTS

TEC TRAINING PROGRAM & PARENTING COORDINATION TRAINING PROGRAM

Through the Eyes of the Child - Advanced Parenting Coordination Traning (TEC) Training Program

Brought to you by The National Cooperative Parenting Center in collaboration with USFSP Family Study Center.

TEC is an intervention that helps parents create a strong and safe coparenting alliance by learning to take to heart the concerns and views of the other parent. Techniques focus on improving communication about child-related issues, conflict resolution techniques, and sustained parental involvement in the face of present and future post-divorce obstacles.

Parenting Coordination Training Program

Brought to you by The National Cooperative Parenting Center in collaboration with USFSP Family Study Center.

Parenting Coordination is a newly emerging area of practice for mental health professionals. A parenting coordinator typically helps high conflict divorced and divorcing parents to implement their parenting plan by facilitating the resolution of disputes between parents and/or legal guardians, providing education, making recommendations to the parties, and, with the prior approval of the parties and the court, making decisions within the scope of the court order of appointment. In some cases, parenting coordinators may also be asked by divorcing parents to help them develop a parenting plan.

The Family Study Center

USFSP Family Study CenterThe Family Study Center (FSC) at USFSP conducts research studies concerned with understanding, supporting, and advocating for families with young children.

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Infant Family Mental Health Center

Multi-generational family
The Infant-Family Mental Health Center was created to provide the opportunity for every child to experience the early nurturing relationships that are the foundation for lifelong healthy development.
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Family Resources

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  • Service listings and web sites
  • Family-friendly publications and local organizations

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