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The Role of Co-parenting Therapy in IFTs

Published on December 3, 2015 under Uncategorized
Parents and attorneys often question the reasoning for co-parenting therapy sessions within the therapeutic process. The importance of attending to the co-parenting relationship is related to the potential impact on children. The research trends suggest that exposure to parental conflict can have significant negative effects on children. In particular, children can develop externalizing or internalizing symptoms or behaviors. Externalizing behaviors common in children exposed to parental conflict include anger and aggression, sexual acting out, and/or drug or alcohol use. Internalizing behaviors frequently found in children of high conflict parents include depression, anxiety, nightmares, and fear. Children may also experience challenges…
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Welcome to our IFT Blog

Published on February 4, 2015 under Uncategorized
Welcome to our IFT Blog
We look forward to helping families going through divorce and those who are pre-divorce in an attempt to prevent family separation. The IFT is intended for families experiencing distress, either due to divorce or the possibility of divorce. This treatment program was created to decrease litigation, increase stability, forgo conflict, and increase the chances of success for children involved.  Our IFT provides each family with a customized treatment plan tailored to meet the family’s concerns, allowing for a focused and fluid process. We have a team of professionals who work with each family member and provide pre-intensive treatment as needed…
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