Family Therapist, Steve Young, provides insights into how co-parents can move beyond polarization and work together to raise happy and successful children.
Kids First board member, Marjorie McAvoy, shares her personal story of financial abuse and offers tips for moving forward during a difficult time in the life of a child.
Learn about the experiences of our social work interns helping parents and kids navigate the separation and divorce process at Kids First Center.
Kids First Facilitator, Susan Wiggin, MSW provides guidelines for parents to follow during the COVID-19 pandemic in this informative video.
Are you finding it challenging to work cooperatively with your child’s other parent? We understand the struggle you’re going through, so we’ve put together these 5 strategies to help make co-parenting easier.
“I learned how important our behavior (verbal and non-verbal) is, and how it impacts our children. How I can rise above all issues, and just focus on my babies.”
“What I learned was that the best thing I can do for my kids is to say something good about their other parent!”
“I appreciated the focus on how many different relationships my/our kids are dealing with.”
“I learned I am in control of my behavior; I can’t control my co-parent!”
“I received validation; it helped to know that I’m not alone. I appreciated the section on preparing for court – that is coming up soon and I am scared.”