Separations are Hard for You and Your Children
How Our Seminars Work
Our seminars consist of 5 key components designed to provide both short and long-term support for parents and their children. Parents that attend our seminars and follow our process experience less conflict in their co-parenting relationship, happier children, an optimistic outlook on their future, and much more.
What Parents Are Saying About Our Program
Not so much that I learned but I better understood, how some of the situations from the past could've been handled better if BOTH parties were to comprehend the assignment at hand.ParentSeptember 2021
Learned about healing, how to coparent better, to see it from my child perspective, mediation is very helpful.ParentSeptember 2021
Lots of helpful usable advice, presented in a clear and to the point manner. I was aware of a lot of the topics; however, it was nice to get a reminder and have this information in the forefront of my mind.ParentDecember 2021
The seminar helped me to understand different perspectives and alternative ideas and prepare mentally ahead of time for the issues that will come up. Accepting that I am not in control but can control me.ParentJanuary 2022
How to Attend a Seminar
$49 / One time
Watch our on-demand video course for separating parents from the comfort of your own home when it’s convenient for you.
The seminar is broken down into 4 modules that can be completed within 3 to 5 hours. This specialized curriculum was developed by a licensed therapist and trained mediator. The online course includes instructional time, and quizzes to keep you engaged, so that you are equipped with how to successfully navigate the separation process.
A certificate is available for immediate download after you complete the course and survey. You have 30 days to complete
$49 / One time
Our 3-hour in-person seminars are led by a certified parent educator. The seminar includes instructional time, live Q&A, as well as your certificate of completion to ensure you are equipped with how to successfully navigate the separation process.
Family Solutions’ Office.
Office Address: 8440 W. Lake Mead Blvd., Suite 214
Note: Limited Seating. Seminar is for adults only, childcare not provided
Do This For Your Children
- Children of divorced parents are 50% more likely to develop health problems than children in 2 parent families.
- Children from divorced homes have more psychological problems than children who come from households when one parent dies.
- Teenagers in single-parent families and in blended families are 3X more likely to need psychological help within a given year.
- Divorce can impact a child’s academic achievement
- Psychological effects and emotional strain of divorce can linger into adulthood.
Unfortunately, 50% of all the children born to married parents today will experience the divorce of their parents before they are 18 years old. However, that doesn’t mean there isn’t a way to protect your children from the negative effects though.
If not managed properly, the separation process can have major long-term impacts on your children, such as:
As part of our seminars, we help you:
- Talk to your children about separation and divorce.
- Communicate with your co-parent better than when you were married.
- Figure out how to let go and move on for you and your children.
- Co-parent successfully
- Establish two separate homes for your children.
Meet the Parenting Partners Team
Our team is committed to supporting you through the separation process. With a combined 100+ years of experience, we have seen it all and are excited about the opportunity to support you thorough this process.
I understand the conflict and pain divorce can bring to a family, because I’ve dealt with it personally. As a child of divorce, I was asked at age 9 by a mediator to choose who I wanted to live with. I chose my mother because I had a pink room with a frilly bed and cat. It was the comfortable, easy option. Unfortunately it affected my relationship with my father forever, and things were never quite the same.
As an adult, I wish things could’ve been different. I was not equipped to make that type of decision, and my choice changed the trajectory of my life. I subsequently was estranged from my father and my children didn’t get the opportunity to have a relationship with him. Being in the middle of my parents’ conflicts had a generational effect.
My goal is to make sure your family doesn’t have to go through the same negative impacts as mine. There is a way to establish a peaceful future, and Family Solutions is equipped to help.
Dr. Rapazzini has been a Co-Parent Educator with Family Solutions since 2013. Most of the concerns that children have are directly related to divorce or separation of their parents. Dr. Rapazzini is able to share real situations from working with Las Vegas families. Seminar attendees have similar situations and find the information helpful.