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Dr. Erin Moran, Psy.D. of Sprout Child and Family Education Services has teamed up with Brenna W. Moore, JD to provide parents and their support network education on the psychological impacts of divorce/separation as well as the various legal approaches to resolving your differences, yes there is more than one way to do it.


Check out the brochure linked above for more information on how to sign up.

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Updated: Nov 20, 2019

Both scientific studies and human experience tell us that divorce has profound effects on families. When children are involved the complexities of splitting households, communicating through conflict, and holding the best interest of the children at the forefront is a monumental task. The process of legally separating or divorcing from your spouse only exacerbates the difficulty of the situation. In most cases both parents love their children and want what is best for them, unfortunately years of unresolved conflict can make it hard to constructively communicate and achieve the best outcome.


But what if there was another way; a way where you built communication and conflict management skills while developing a healthy co-parenting relationship with your ex-spouse?


At Capstone Family Mediation we help you identify the needs of your children and your own needs; and then have a conversation about how best to use your resources to meet your shared objectives. Time and again we see this process rebuild trust and allow parents to focus on structuring a new and more positive future rather than rehashing the past.


We believe divorce done right can be the beginning of something wonderful for your family. Where life begins anew on a healthier playing field. All that is required is a willingness for both parents to work together on a brighter future for your family.

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Updated: Dec 29, 2018

Encourage children's relationships with extended family when it is not harmful. Just as you will always be your child's parent these people will always be your child's grandparents, aunts, uncles and other relatives. Sometimes when parents are fighting, it's nice for the children to have familiar places they can escape to, with family members to remind them they're loved.


101 Little Instructions for Surviving your Divorce

by Barbara J Walton


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Helping divorced and divorcing couples resolve disagreements

in a way that saves time, money, and relationships 

so they can build a brighter future for their families.