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All Bridges Divorce professionals are members of the world-wide organization, International Association of Collaborative Professionals (IACP)Check out “our” profession’s web site!


Additional reading and Books about Divorce, for Adults and Parents

Collaborative Divorce:

The Revolutionary New Way to Restructure Your Family, Resolve Legal Issues, and  Move on with Your Life, By Pauline Tesler and Peggy Thompson

The Good Divorce, By Constance Ahrons

Divorce and New Beginning, By Genevieve Clapp Ph.D

The Good Karma Divorce, By Judge Michelle Lowarnce

Rebuilding: When Your Relationship Ends, By Bruce Fisher

Getting Past Your Break-up: How to Turn a Devastating Loss into the Best Thing That Ever Happened to You, By Susan J. Elliott

Healthy Divorce:  For Parents and Children—An Original, Clinically Proven Program for Working Through The Fourteen Stages of Separation, Divorce and Remarriage, By Craig Everett

The Truth About Children and Divorce, By Robert E. Emery Ph.D

Helping Your Kids the Sandcastle Way, By M. Gary Neuman

Divorce Book for Parents:  Helping your Children Cope with Divorce and It’s Aftermath, By Vicki Lansky

Speaking of Divorce:  How to Talk with Your Kids and Help Them Cope, By Roberta Beyer

Mom’s House, Dad’s House:  Making two Homes for your Child, By Isolina Ricci, Ph.D

 

Books for Children:

Mom’s House, Dad’s House for Kids, By Isolina Ricci, Ph.D

What in the World do you do When Your Parents Divorce? By Kent Winchester and Roberta Beyer

A Volcano in my Tummy, By Elaine Whitehouse

Dinosaurs Divorce, By Laurene Krasny Brown

It’s Not Your Fault, Koko Bear, By Vicki Lansky

 

Miscellaneous Reading:

The Dance of Anger, By Harriet Goldhor Lerner Ph.D

Boundaries: Where You End and I Begin, By Anne Katherine, M.A.

Loving Him without Losing You, Beverly Engle

Why Marriages Succeed or Fail and How You Can Make Yours Last, By John Gottman, Ph.D

The Woman’s Comfort Book, By Jennifer Louden

The Tao of Negotiation: How You Can Prevent, Resolve and Transcend Conflict in Work and Everyday Life, By Joel Edelman and Mary Beth Crain

 

Web Resources:

www.uptoparents.org  : A free interactive website for divorcing and divorced parents

www.cozi.com   : Free online organizer and mobile app for busy families to help manage their schedules

Oregon Judicial Dept. parenting plan guide


Keep Out of Court

Save Time.  Reduce Costs.  Keep Out of Court.

Do you have a legal dispute but want to avoid going to court? If you could settle your case respectfully, would you want to? Would you rather focus on resolution than attacking each other? Check out KeepOutOfCourt.com  This new web site is devoted to Mediation and Collaborative Law.


 

Wevorce

Wevorce.com  — Changing divorce for good.

Wevorce helps couples divorce amicably. Our approach ensures kids come first, costs remain affordable, and the transition moves predictably, so that couples can focus on parenting, not fighting. Amicable divorce resolution is all we do. We work with couples and families ranging from stressed, yet communicating to contentious, with hope.




All Bridges Divorce professionals are members of the world-wide organization, International Association of Collaborative Professionals (IACP)Check out “our” profession’s web site!