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Family Workshops for Separated and Divorced Families
The Family Workshop is a co-parenting program that changes family relationships in positive ways. Children learn new ways to understand their family situation, creative ways to express their feelings and that they are not alone. Parents learn strategies of how to best help their children transition through separation and divorce and how to handle challenging situations in new ways.
The program is most effective when parents and children attend together, but it is not required for both parents to attend the same Family Workshop. Family Workshops are offered monthly throughout San Diego County. Each Family Workshop includes four consecutive classes for separated, divorced and never married parents and children ages 5-17. Both families without and with a court-order attend this program. The Family Workshop is a court approved co-parenting program.
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Our Other Programs
Continue the Conversation for Parents
Continue the Conversation for Parents is a 2 hour class for parents who attended a KTSD program and who want an opportunity to review the skills originally learned by attending this advanced refresher class. Participant feedback: “This is a great class that is interactive. It was fascinating and I learned many helpful suggestions and ideas and was reminded that it is all about my kids!” and “This small class was really helpful. I sort of remember learning some of the skills but the owning your problem chart is something that I am going to use all the time!”
New partners/spouses are welcome to attend this class with former program participants. Classes are offered quarterly.
Call 858-521-0027 to learn about the next Class
VIRTUAL Self-Care Classes During COVID-19
New virtual classes are available for parents navigating COVID-19 while simultaneously experiencing family separation and divorce. Learn how to maintain pleasant communication with your co-parent, understand the needs of your children during quarantine, nurture resilience and well-being, and create a happy home while sheltering in place.
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Adult Children of Divorce
Sometimes we have no idea how our parents’ divorce will affect us. Remember when you were a kid and had to go from house to house? Or perhaps your parents divorced when you were in college and you now have to figure out how to split your time between them?
Or maybe you’re married now and have no idea what you’re supposed to do as a married person. All of this is normal for adult children of divorce! This 2 hour class offers practical tools that give you the power to make things better for you! Classes are offered quarterly. Call 858-521-0027 to learn about the next Class.