Two Families Now
Online Co-parenting and Divorce Class
Guaranteed to be Accepted, Proven to be Effective.
- Modern engaging video content.
- Content based on actual experiences of real parents and the most current research.
- 4 video-based modules covering parenting transition, stress reduction, communication and family routines.
- Complete the course at your own pace, 24/7, using your computer or smartphone.
- Only 4-6 hours to complete.
- Instant download of certificate on course completion.
- Guaranteed to be approved by your court or your money back!
The Two Families Now Science-based Approach.
Two Families Now was produced with funding from the National Institutes of Health. The NIH funded this project to create an online course which uses the most modern research available to ensure the best results for both parents and children. The content was developed by Dr. Laura Backen Jones, a developmental psychologist with over 20 years of research experience with parents and families.
Two Families Now is the only online parent education and family stabilization course listed on the National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices (NREPP).
Watch Dr. Laura Backen Jones explain the Two Families Now science-based approach to helping parents be the best role models for their children.
Two Families Now produces results!
After taking the course 95% of parents interviewed said they were satisfied* and 85% of parents said they were motivated to improve their relationships+
ADR Director for Florida’s Tenth Judicial Circuit Court
Content covered in the 4 hour online course
|Protecting Children from Conflict||Interrupting the Stress Cycle||Building your support network|
|Effective Listening||Solving family problems||Establishing new family routines|
|Communicating with your co-parent||Transitioning children between households||Child’s response to divorce|
|Protecting Children from Conflict||Interrupting the Stress Cycle|
|Effective Listening||Solving family problems|
|Communicating with your co-parent||Transitioning children between households|
|Building your support network||Establishing new family routines|
|Child’s response to divorce|