• For Kids’ Sake

    Divorce is a painful and confusing experience for all children. For Kids’ Sake seminars are designed to help parents gain insight into the needs of their children for both the short and long term transitions of divorce. For Kids’ Sake provides parents with the knowledge and skills to safely nurture their children through this process. For Kids’ Sake does not deal with personal/legal issues; it is not a substitute for counseling. The overwhelming majority of parents who have participated in For Kids’ Sake have felt that it is a very supportive and worthwhile experience.

    2020 For Kids' Sake Information Flyer

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Who may attend?

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    Any interested parent or professional is invited. Parents/others involved in a divorce, motion to modify, or other suits involving the parent/child relationship may be required by the court to attend. Adults only: children are NOT allowed to attend the seminar. Childcare is NOT available.

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  • Who facilitates the seminars?

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    Professionals with a masters’ degrees in either counseling, social work, or parent education conduct the sessions.

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  • What information is covered?

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    For Kids’ Sake focuses on understanding the effects of divorce on children, gaining insight into children’s perceptions of divorce, talking to children about family changes, avoiding placing children in the middle of parental issues, maintaining meaningful parent/child relationships and co-parenting skills.

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  • How do I register?

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    You must pre-register.  Please call Kim Loftus at 469-752-6197 from 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., Monday-Friday. Resgistration ends the Friday before the seminar.

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  • Will I receive a Certificate of Completion?

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    All participants who complete the three-hour seminar receive a certificate of completion. NO late arrivals are allowed. Court ordered participants must attend the complete three hour seminar to receive certificate of completion. Please arrive 10 minutes early to sign in.

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