A mum and dad guide
to parenting after separation
Child-focused share parenting
Mark Gallagher | Relationship Therapist and Psychotherapist | 20 August 2014
Child focused parenting during separation
Parenting your child after separating from the other parent can be difficult at times. It’s at stressful times of transition, like this, when a child needs each parent to be focused on the child’s needs.
Unfortunately, too many parents behave badly and play nasty tit-for-tat attacking games, using the child as a pawn.
Even if your child’s other parent is acting like a control freak, it’s important to behave like a mature adult for the sake of your child.
The following steps will help establish effective boundaries for each solo parenting household
(you can print a copy of the below table here)
Mum’s time with the child
Dad’s time with the child
Grad Dip Psych, B Soc Sc, Dip Coun, Cert Couple Coun, Cert Mediation
Relationship Therapist and Psychotherapist, North Lakes, Queensland.
Mark specialises in family therapy and couples counselling. With 30 years experience he offers a high standard of service. Couples and family counselling is a specialised field. Not many counsellors and psychologists are formally trained in couples counselling. And even fewer of those trained are male counsellors. Mark was trained in couples counselling 20 years ago and currently use the latest developments in the field.
How to contact Mark:
Phone: 0434 611 494
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