Next Step Co-Parenting of Marin

Books for Parents


Ahrons, Constance. We’re Still Family. Harper Collins Publishers Inc.; New York, New York. 2004.

Garrity, Carla B. and Barris, Mitchell A. Caught in the Middle: Protecting the Children of High Conflict Divorce. Lexington Books; New York, New York. 1994.

Hannibal, Mary Ellen. Good Parenting Through Your Divorce. Marlowe & Company; New York, New York.  2007.

Hetherington, E. Mavis and Kelly, John. For Better or For Worse: Divorce Reconsidered. W.W. Norton and Company, Inc.; New York, New York. 2002.

Kalter, Neil.  Growing Up With Divorce:  Helping Your Child Avoid Immediate and Later Emotional Problems.  Free Press:  A Division of Simon & Schuster, Inc.; New York, New York. 1990.

Kids First Center. Kids First: What Kids Want Grown-Ups to Know About Separation & Divorce. Tower Publishing. Standish, Maine. 2008.

Neuman, Gary M.  Helping Your Kids Cope with Divorce the Sandcastles Way. Random House; New York, New York. 1998.

Ricci, Isolina. Mom’s House, Dad’s House: Making Two Homes for Your Child. Fireside of Simon & Schuster, Inc.; New York, New York.  1997.

Ricci, Isolina.  Mom’s House, Dad’s House for Kids.  Fireside of Simon & Schuster, Inc.; New York, New York. 2006. (This is a good book for parents and school age children to look through and read together. Teens will want to read it on their own.)

Stahl, Philip M. Parenting After Divorce: Resolving Conflicts and Meeting Your Children’s Needs, Second Edition. Impact Publishers. Atascadero, California. 2007.

Thayer, Elizabeth S. and Zimmerman, Jeffrey. The Co-Parenting Survival Guide: Letting Go of Conflict after a Difficult Divorce. New Harbinger Publications. Oakland, CA. 2001.

Thomas, Shirley. Parents Are Forever: A Step-By-Step Guide to Becoming Successful Coparents After Divorce. Springboard Publications; Longmont, Colorado. 2004.

Wallerstein, J., and Blakeslee, S. Second Chances: Men, Women and Children A Decade After Divorce. NY: Tickner & Fields, 1989.

Wallerstein, J., and Kelley, J. Surviving the Breakup, How Children and Parents Cope with Divorce. Basic Books, 1980.
 

Upcoming Classes

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Our Fall 2012 classes will begin in September.

Next Step 101 Class Schedule:
Three Wednesday evenings from 5 to 8 p.m.
Co-parents enroll in separate class sessions.
Classes forming now! Contact us for more information.

    This half-day workshop teaches concrete conflict management skills. Co-parents enroll in separate workshop sessions.
    Workshop dates TBA. Contact us for more information.

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