Coparenting Alliance is a nonprofit organization created to help divorcing, separating, or transitioning parents who have children under the age of 18. This program in both face to face and online formats and focuses on a variety of issues that have been linked to parents' adjustments through divorce processes (i.e., Dr. Paul Bohannon's sex stations which include the emotional, legal, economic, coparental, community, and psychic aspects of divorce). Research has shown that children fare better when parents work together to cooperate and minimize conflict. Yet, it's critical that the content be meaningful to parents and comprehensively cover issues that impact their own, as well as their children's physical, emotional, social, and spiritual health through this period of transition. As such, the curriculum holistically recognizes parents' own emotional turmoil and health through the transition to coparenting apart as a critical aspect of facilitating healthy children and families.
We provide research-based content and resources to help parents and caregivers. And, this program meets the Illinois Supreme Court Rule 924 regarding parent education, parenting time, allocation of parental responsibilities, and the impact on children.