Co-parent counseling is for parents who are divorced, separated, or never-married and living apart.

Some couples separate with minimum conflict, but most splits are deeply painful and disruptive. Many have a hard time separating personal feelings from parental responsibilities; in the end, the children suffer more than anyone. It doesn’t have to be this way.

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At Thrive, you’ll learn how to rise above personal resentments, navigate conflict, communicate effectively, handle awkward situations, and, most importantly–put the kids first.

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How to Grow a Child

Structure helps children develop healthy habits and routines. Let House of Thrive teach you how to create an environment that feels safe and secure.

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When our children evolve, our parenting styles must evolve with them.

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