Welcome to SPIRITT's Co-Parenting Center located at the Glendora Family Center

Serving families in the South East Los Angeles, San Gabriel Valley, Foothills, and Inland Empire

Thank you for visiting our site!  Learn more about our 2-Day Co-Parenting Certification workshop designed to meet court orders, and help parents strengthen and rebuild their families through peaceful Co-parenting.    Whether parents are court mandated or simply want the most up-to-date resources and information on keeping their kids healthy and safe throughout the divorce process, SPIRITT's Co-Parenting Center is dedicated to helping you accomplish your family's goals


What is Co-Parenting Certification?

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Who Should Attend?

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What Should I Expect?

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Classes Starting Now!

  • Earn your court-approved Co-Parenting Certification in 2-days! Just one Friday night, and a Saturday.

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(Curso en español para padres divorciados próximamente! )

Peaceful Co-Parenting = Happy, Safe Children

SPIRITT'S Co-Parenting Certification program is a 2-Day certification to meet court mandated requirements in high conflict divorces and child custody cases. Elkin’s Law (AB939 and AB 1050) of Jan 1, 2012, requires that parents show “relevant and competent evidence on material issues"....related to co-parenting. 

Our Co-Parenting Certification program is a well-researched, in-depth and effective course designed as a fast-track, interactive program to satisfy court requirements and help you strengthen your co-parenting skills for your children's well being. 

When 50% of children in America experience their parents’ divorce, new learning must follow:

  • Understand how high-conflict divorce affects kids
  • Learn how peaceful co-parenting positively changes your child's present and future! 
  • Understand your rights and responsibilities in shared parenting
  • Reduce negative impact of custody issues, resolves conflict 
  • Reduce family stress, and symptoms of grief and anxiety in your child
  • Expedites court proceedings, minimizes your court costs

Bottom Line: You love your children and want what's best for them.  Peaceful co-parenting is the first step to child safety during and after a divorce by learning how to work collaboratively with your child's other parent without putting kids in the middle.