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"Excellent presentation. Brought up issues that I was not aware could be a potential problem."

"Great class- I wish I took the class before the divorce. I think this class is not only for divorcing families but for all family members so that parents have a better view on parenting."

"It gave me some different viewpoints and helped me realize some of the "mistakes" I’ve (we've) been making. I actually broke 5 months of no speaking, and dropped restraining orders while i was going through the course."

" I liked the videos from professionals ranging from judges to attorneys. It was helpful to hear their perspective."

" Even though my ex-husband and I have the most ideal divorce (if there is such a thing),and I thought that we were doing everything right for the most part, I learned a lot from this class. Going into with the mindset that it couldn't teach me anything new, found out very quickly that I was wrong. It showed me several areas where both of us co-parents could use improvement. I will be using these tools I learned here for the rest of my life."

Volunteer Supervised Visitation

Volunteer Supervised Visition
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This one-hour seminar offers volunteer supervisors (grandparents, stepparents, friends, and other trusted community members) the opportunity to familiarize themselves with information regarding supervised visitation and the unique role they can play as a supervisor.

Developed by leading parent educators and family law academics, topics covered include:

The Between Two Homes®:Volunteer Supervised Visitation course is read aloud, giving you the option to listen along with the narrator or mute the sound and read the slides yourself, whichever you prefer. You have up to 30 days to complete the course, and provided you pass the post-test you will receive a certificate of completion to show to others.

The class is available internationally 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and you can take it at your convenience in your own home. Your progress is stored each time you exit the class, so you can begin where you left off when you come back. You can log on as many times as you need for 30 days or until you complete the class, whichever comes first. A Certificate of Completion, specific to you, is ready for you to print immediately after you pass your final quiz.

Additional reference material to accompany the class is available for you to download keep for your own at no additional cost.

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About the developers:

This course was developed by Bradley S. Craig, LMSW-IPR, CFLE and Aaron Robb, Ph.D., LPC-S, with input from Steven E. “Jake” Jacobson, LCSW-S.

Brad Craig is the author of Between Two Homes: A Coparenting Handbook, specializes in work with high conflict families, and is the creator of multiple online classes recognized and used by courts across the United States.

Aaron Robb is a therapist in private practice, specializing in work with high conflict families, as well as a member of the editorial boards of the journal Family Court Review and the Journal of Family Trauma, Child Custody, and Child Development.

Jake Jacobson is a therapist in private practice. He conducts and loves to mediate parenting plans utilizing a unique skills based approach.