Find Mediators Near You:

5 Tips for Co-Parenting After Divorce

  • Divorce Detox blog by Allison Pescosolido M.A.

    Divorce affects the whole family. It causes parents to worry about children in ways they never thought they would. As the relationship between a couple change from souse to ex, so does the parenting relationship. Whether you agreed on parenting styles before separation or parenting was one of the primary issues in your divorce, your family is changing, for better or worse. These changes don’t have to be detrimental; positive outcomes are possible…

    Continue reading at Huffington Post.


    Allison Pescosolido

    Allison Pescosolido, M.A. is a relationship expert with a Masters in Psychology, from the University of Santa Monica, undergraduate degrees in Economics, Urban Studies and Public Policy from Boston University and is a certified Grief Recovery Specialist® by The Grief Recovery Institute. Allison has helped thousands of men and women transform their lives through major… MORE >

  • Featured Members

    View all

    Read these next


    A Chance to Become a Special Master

    Disputing Blog by Karl Bayer, Victoria VanBuren, and Holly HayesIn a September 15, 2021 post, I described the decision by the Academy of Court-Appointed Master (ACAM) (1) to try to open...

    By Merrill Hirsh

    Jazz Brings Mediation Alive

    Some years ago I started a post with 'Yeah well, I'm not sure that I get the whole 'mediators can learn from improv comedy' thing to be honest...' But since...

    By Geoff Sharp

    John Adams And Ken Cloke’s New Book Conflict Revolution

    My husband and I were watching part II of the John Adams series on HBO last night -- the part where Benjamin Franklin gives Adams (Paul Giamatti) some OJT on international...

    By Victoria Pynchon