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May 2018

Co-Parenting Class

May 7 @ 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Hays County Precinct 2, 5458 FM 2770
Kyle, TX 78640 United States
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$50 50 tickets left

Our four-hour class is the most comprehensive court mandated parenting course available. A Parent guidebook, (available in Spanish), videotaped segments, group discussions and hypothetical situations keep participants actively engaged and maximize their learning. The emphasis is on what parents can do proactively to circumvent negative consequences for their children. Mental health professionals with expertise in parenting, the impact of divorce on children, and child custody issues present parenting relationships along a continuum from parallel parenting to cooperative parenting. Evaluation results…

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August 2018

Co-Parenting Class

August 6 @ 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Hays County Precinct 2, 5458 FM 2770
Kyle, TX 78640 United States
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$50 50 tickets left

Our four-hour class is the most comprehensive court mandated parenting course available. A Parent guidebook, (available in Spanish), videotaped segments, group discussions and hypothetical situations keep participants actively engaged and maximize their learning. The emphasis is on what parents can do proactively to circumvent negative consequences for their children. Mental health professionals with expertise in parenting, the impact of divorce on children, and child custody issues present parenting relationships along a continuum from parallel parenting to cooperative parenting. Evaluation results…

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November 2018

Co-Parenting Class

November 12 @ 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Hays County Precinct 2, 5458 FM 2770
Kyle, TX 78640 United States
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$50 50 tickets left

Our four-hour class is the most comprehensive court mandated parenting course available. A Parent guidebook, (available in Spanish), videotaped segments, group discussions and hypothetical situations keep participants actively engaged and maximize their learning. The emphasis is on what parents can do proactively to circumvent negative consequences for their children. Mental health professionals with expertise in parenting, the impact of divorce on children, and child custody issues present parenting relationships along a continuum from parallel parenting to cooperative parenting. Evaluation results…

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