Co-Parenting
That Works

One if the most anixiety-provoking concerns divorcing parents face is worry about their children. The good news is that research shows that most children of divorce turn out to be just fine. The bad news is that children of divorce are at signicant risk for substance abuse, unsuccessful adult relationships and dropping out of school if their parents are in constant conflict.

If you care about your children’s future wellbeing. It is imperative to move from a place of conflict and antagonism toward cooperation as parents and to be willing to explore parenting arrangements that work. The event costs $37.00.

Please Join Us

Date: Tuesday, 07/31
Time: 6:00 pm- 8:00 pm
271 North Avenue,
Suite 812
New Rochelle, NY 10801

Our Discussion Panel

Our discussion panel, Co-Parenting that Works offers the valuable perspective of varying professionals to include a psychiatrist, a divorce attorney, and a divorce coach.

DR. MARK BANCHICK, M.D.

Dr. Banchick is a child and adolescent psychiatrist and author of The Intelligent Divorce book series as well as an online family stabilization parenting course and a radio show.

KATHERINE MILLER

Katherine Miller is a Family Law Attorney and founder of Miller Law Group. Collaborative practice and mediation are the focus of Katherine’s work because of her belief that these processes provide lasting solutions.

RICHARD HELLER

Richard Heller is a Divorce Coach and Founder of Separate with Sanity. Richard helps divorcing people successfully navigate through the divorce process with both dignity and sanity.

Learn What the Experts Are Saying About Dr. Banchick’s “The Intelligent Divorce”

“Comprehensive, well organized, and user friendly, The Intelligent Divorce is a must read for any professional or parent caring for children.”
-Peter Acker, MD, Former Chairman, Dept. of Pediatrics, Greenwich Hospital

“Dr. Banschick is a rare talent, as practical as Dr. Phil, as soulful as Rabbi Kushner and as savvy about men and women as John Gray. His…course can guide rebuilding families so that they not only survive, but thrive.”
-Jill Brooke, Contributor, CBS Early Show

“Dr. Banschick brings the message of a healthier divorce to parents and professionals who need to hear it. His program serves as a virtual classroom in how to handle one of life’s toughest problems.”
-Leonard Shyles, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Villanova University

“Dr. Banschick’s unique and credible voice is pragmatic and optimistic. The…course an important program for divorcing parents.”
-Richard Francis, M.D., Clinical Textbook of Addiction Disorders and Founding President, American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry

“The Intelligent Divorce is not only well written; it can really help parents and most especially, their children. You can feel Dr. Banschick’s child advocacy on every page.”
-Dan Couvrette, Publisher at Divorce Magazine

“The Intelligent Divorce is a blessing. It ought to become required reading for any professional in the mental health or legal field. The book’s incredible thoughtfulness and common sense invites practitioners to offer alternative, cooperative approaches, especially when children are involved.”
-Sam Klagsbrun, M.D., Four Winds Hospital System

“The Intelligent Divorce isn’t merely a book; it’s a tool that anyone going through a divorce should be required to implement. It belongs on the desk of all divorce lawyers, judges, child psychologists, and every divorced or divorcing parent.”
-Cathy Meyer, Founder, DivorcedWomenOnline.com

“Dr. Mark Banschick has produced an impressive online course for family members experiencing divorce…. It will be useful to parents who access the program directly, or to institutional users who will find that it will enhance their programs. I recommend it highly.”
-Robert Rocco Cottone, Ph.D., Professor of Counseling and Family Therapy, University of Missouri-Saint Louis

“The Intelligent Divorce provides a wise and comforting voice of understanding and wisdom for easing the pain surrounding divorce. I highly recommend this book.”
-Rabbi David Ellenson, President, Hebrew Union College – Jewish Institute of Religion

“Finally a book that focuses on raising healthy, resilient children when divorce is part of their growing up experience. By writing a practical, comprehensive book, designed not to make parents feel guilty about their decisions to separate and divorce, but rather designed to help parents make good decisions while they co-parent during and after the divorce, Dr. Banschick is contributing to the well being of the next generation.”

“Finally a book that focuses on raising healthy, resilient children when divorce is part of their growing up experience. By writing a practical, comprehensive book, designed not to make parents feel guilty about their decisions to separate and divorce, but rather designed to help parents make good decisions while they co-parent during and after the divorce, Dr. Banschick is contributing to the well being of the next generation.”
-Rita S. Pollak, Past—President, International Association of Collaborative Professionals

“The Intelligent Divorce: Taking Care of Yourself delivers an equally powerful punch as did Book one: Taking Care of Your Children. Dr. Banschick highlights the importance of learning not to let your ex get to you while showing you how to cope with anger, anxiety, and unhealthy parenting practices. The book presents practical spirituality, a financial primer for single parents, and action plans for taking control of your fate. I cannot stress enough how beneficial Dr. Banschick’s Intelligent Divorce series is to those we say we love the most but continually fight over and about: our children.”
-Michael Mastracci, Esquire, Collaborative Divorce Attorney, Author, Stop Fighting Over the Kids: Resolving Day-to-Day Custody Conflict in Divorce Situations

What Our Clients Say