Class for Nurturing Children During Family Transitions
(L-R) Jeanne Labanna, Jen Mischock
The Center for Well-Being Lake Country welcomes Family Solutions of Wisconsin, which provides families in transition an alternative way to resolve co-parenting challenges. They will offer the class Honoring Your Children Through Family Transitions from 6:30 to 8 p.m. on November 13.
Parents can learn to support and love their children through family re-structuring and exceed their physical, emotional, developmental and spiritual needs. Family Solutions of Wisconsin has trained professionals qualified to write legal co-parenting plans and assist people with working through conflicts as parents, instead of costly and stressful litigation, thus opening doors to future positive communication.
“Children within a divorce are sometimes caught in the whirlwind of emotions and circumstances that they have no control over. It affects them in profound ways—sleep, appetite, learning and emotional well-being,” says Jeanne Labana, parent coach for Family Solutions of Wisconsin. “Parents can help children grow from the experience with continued loving and constant relationships with both parents. Family Solutions provides mediation, which reduces the animosity and bitter conflict of divorce by making the arrangements, co-parenting plans and legal process much more amicable.”
Cost: $20. Location: Center for Well-Being Lake Country, 301 Cottonwood Ave., Hartland. For more information, call 414-350-2370 or email FamilySolutionsWI@gmail.com.
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