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Distanced Couple


Separation and divorce are some of the most common life stressors that families experience, impacting a family for many years. While experiences can vary, high conflict divorce occurs when families experience ongoing conflict in which one or both parents demonstrate(s) 

  • Intense post-separation hostility such as verbal and/or physical aggression; 

  • Strong emotions, including feelings of anger, fear, sadness, frustration, and hopelessness; and/or,

  • An inability or refusal to communicate or act in a collaborative manner that prioritizes the children’s well-being. 

However, it does not have to be that. You can choose to lessen the impact that the separation or divorce has on your family. 

Role of High Conflict Divorce Counsellor

Through the support of a qualified and trained divorce counsellor, families can learn to:

  • Maintain healthy and respectful relationships; 

  • Focus on creating healthy choices that benefit and seek the best interest of the family unit; 

  • Minimize the emotional and psychological impact of separation or divorce on your family; 

  • Manage and resolve intense emotions that may be involved in the process; 

  • Improve the co-parenting relationship; 

  • Support the development of a parenting plan that can outline the goals and priorities that meet the needs of your children; and, 

  • Support your family in gaining greater control of the process. 

Is it Time to Make a Change?

Unfortunately, families with children can never fully divorce from each other as they need to maintain a relationship as parents, placing their children’s needs at the forefront of their divorce or separation. Through the process of family reunification therapy, parents can resolve their hostile parental conflict, allowing them to reunite the entire family in a positive, secure, respectful, and trustful way. If you are interested in learning more, please reach out to our team.

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