Bradenton, FL, August 22, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- “As the emerging field of Parenting Coordination becomes a growing alternative dispute resolution process in cases of parental separation and divorce being instituted throughout many state Family Law systems, it is important that parents, legal professionals, and mental health professionals understand the purpose of Parenting Coordination”, notes Dr. Debra K Carter, CEO of the newly launched National Cooperative Parenting Center. Dr. Carter reports, “The National Cooperative Training Center is committed to
assisting parents, legal professionals, and mental health professionals in managing the difficult process of separation and divorce, so that those most vulnerable during this time, the children, are provided the objective support and advocacy they need.”
The National Cooperative Parenting Center’s main office is located in Bradenton, Florida, although services and trainings provided will reach the national landscape. Dr. Carter is committed to the center’s mission of, “Promoting the welfare of children and the stability of their families”. The center’s staff will accomplish this through providing services and training for parents, mental health professionals, and legal professionals in a number of
vital areas associated with parental separation and divorce including: Parenting Coordination, Parenting Plans, Parenting Assessment, Family Law Mediation, Clinical Mentorship, Forensic Consultation, and Expert Testimony.
For more information on the center’s services and upcoming trainings contact The National Cooperative Parenting Center at:
Toll Free Telephone: 877-571-NCPC (6272)
Local Telephone: 1-941-855-0255