Thu, 21 Sept|
Co-Parenting Reimagined: Strategies for Success in Treatment and Resolution
From Courtrooms to Collaborative Solutions
Time & Location
21 Sept, 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm AEST
About the event
Lawyers are good at legals, but ANZACBSers? We’re good at relationships. Tap into a world of fresh insights and strategies with this engaging webinar on co-parenting. Led by thought-leader and Director of Co-Parenting Companion, Tiffany Rochester, this webinar unpacks the key conceptualisations in understanding separated co-parent dynamics, creating rapid positive change in the therapy/coaching room instead of a courtroom, alternative dispute resolution methods that resonate with our CBS pro-social values, and the groundbreaking program that’s changing lives, "Co-parenting from the Inside Out." Be part of the revolution flipping the script on the adversarial narrative of separated families, and learn how to foster real, tangible success at thriving as one family across two homes.
Tiffany Rochester is a Clinical Psychologist and Co-Parenting Coach dedicated to nurturing and providing unwavering support to separated families, ensuring that children can thrive in warm relationships with both parents. With a deep understanding of the detrimental emotional and financial impact of adversarial legal systems on families, Tiffany is resolute in her mission to guide separated parents towards collaborative pathways for success in their new lives, all while raising their children as a unified family across two homes, free from the constraints of litigious processes. Drawing from a wealth of experience spanning two decades, Tiffany brings to the table an extensive background in working with complex families. She combines her expertise in the science of human behaviour and the power of compassion to offer swift relief and open new opportunities for separated families. Tiffany is the founding Director of Co-Parenting Companion, and provides supervision and clinical work through her practice, The Same Mountain. She is a long-time member of ANZACBS, and previously served five years on on the Chapter Board, including serving a term as President.
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