Are you struggling to co-parent with someone who is not on the same wavelength as you? Divorce, different values, bitterness and anger…all of these factors and more make an already difficult job even more difficult!
Register for one of our parenting classes today and learn how to form a new partnership with your child’s other parent. We’ll provide the support needed to prioritize your child’s needs.
Register for our Successful Parenting Class, designed for parents or couples with a mutual interest in healthy parenting. Attend two, 2-hour sessions to complete this 4 hour class!
Register for our Successful Parenting Class, designed for parents or couples with a mutual interest in healthy parenting. Attend four, 2-hour sessions to complete this 8 hour class!
Register for our Successful Parenting Class, designed for parents or couples with a mutual interest in healthy parenting. Attend six, 2-hour sessions to complete this 12 hour class!
Co-Parenting (8 Hours)
Register for our Co-Parenting class, designed for individual parents who have their child’s best interests in mind. Attend in two, 4-hour sessions to complete this 8-hour program!
Co-Parenting (12 Hours)
Register for our Co-Parenting class, designed for individual parents who have their child’s best interests in mind. Attend in two, 6-hour sessions to complete this 12-hour program!
Not sure which parenting class is right for you? Check out our helpful comparison below
to choose between Successful Parenting and Co-Parenting Classes.
What to Expect
We know parenting is a huge responsibility, often complicated by circumstances including divorce, separation, or parenting alongside someone whom you have no prior relationship with.
Choose from one of two parenting classes to accommodate your specific situation and prioritize the needs of your child(ren).
Our Co-Parenting Class is specifically for parents who are not in a relationship. This could look like divorce, separation, or no prior relationship at all. The goal of our Co-Parenting Class is to help you move towards no-drama parenting when the other parent is also involved in your child’s life. This class can be completed
by one or both parents.
Successful Parenting Class
Our Successful Parenting Class is designed to be taken by both parents, whether they are together or separated. The goal of Successful Parenting is to equip parents to work as a team to put their child first, regardless of their own relationship status or situation. The Successful Parenting Class focuses on the mutual goal of both parents to work together.
Register online or call our office at (866) 466-2643
Select a convenient date and time for your class using our automated calendar system.
Download your class materials and follow our easy setup instructions to join your session(s).
Questions? Contact our office at (866) 466-2643 and speak to our administrative team.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: Who should take class?
A: Any parent or parents who want to gain insight into how to jointly parent with their child’s best interests in mind. While Co-Parenting can assist an individual parent navigating a difficult relationship with the other parent, Successful Parenting is designed to be taken by both parents simultaneously.
Q: How do I know if this class is in-person or virtual?
A: At this time, all of A1’s classes are available virtually from the comfort of your own home.
Q: Do you take insurance?
A: A1 does not file directly with your insurance. However, we are happy to provide you with documentation you can send your insurance.
Q: Are your parenting classes court approved?
A: Yes! All of our parenting classes are court approved.
Q: I need a certificate for this class! How do I get one?
A: Upon completion of your class, we will immediately send you both a certificate and a letter of completion. If you are unable to locate yours, please contact our admin team and they will assist you.
Q: Will this class accomidate my work schedule?
A: Most of our classes allow you to select dates and times of your choice.
Q: Is this class only for those who have been court mandated?
A: No! Anyone who wants we encourage any parent who has their child’s best interests in mind to attend.
Q: How do I know which class length I need?
A: If you are court ordered, you will need to find out what the court requires. If you are not, we invite you to choose the option that accommodates your schedule.