Transformative Co-Parenting

Transformative Co-Parenting

An evidence-based and interventionist approach to radically and strategically improve your co-parenting relationship

Move from high-conflict co-parenting towards collaborative co-parenting.

A stressful co-parenting relationship negatively affects every part of our well-being. But it doesn’t have to stay that way. This course is for anyone who feels stuck in a high-conflict co-parenting relationship and wants to be empowered to take the lead and positively transform the relationship.

This 4-session workshop series is a lively, interactive group experience blending learnings from positive psychology and stoic philosophy alongside the application of real-life interventions. Within a supportive group, you will learn and apply the tools and tactics you need to influence positive change in your co-parenting relationship.

Dates  21st February – 21 March 2023 (no class on Tuesday 14th March)
Time Tuesday nights 6:30pm – 8:30pm
Location 4 Warnock St, Grey Lynn
Cost $10-$40 sliding scale

Meet your tutor - Rose Ewing

Rose has been a co-parent for 7 years, and in that time has moved from a high-conflict co-parenting relationship to one that is mostly collaborative and still evolving. By embracing particular psychological and philosophical approaches to life and relationships, she firmly feels that by changing herself and her behaviours, she radically transformed her entire co-parenting relationship.

Bach. International Communication, GradDip Educational Psychology, Accredited Mediator with Resolution Institute NZ, Member of New Zealand Association of Positive Psychology