Couples have to be the best they can be in order to be effective in their lives, including in their role as parents. Dr. Kate helps couples be the best they can be together, by increasing communication and understanding of one another

10 tips for effective co-parenting



How well do you co-parent and what would your partner say? Co-parenting is one of the biggest concerns married parents have and yet often they don’t realize the impact their differences have on their children. Often times when parents want help with a struggling child, they end up discussing parental communication and management of disagreements.

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Finding Love After Divorce While Balancing Kids

single-parent-datingDr. Kate discusses trying to balance kids and dating after divorce with HuffPost Live. Watch the video chat here!

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5 Ways Brain Retraining Inoculates You from a Hostile Ex

n-DIVORCE-large570For those of you that are divorced and who have to live with the reality of a bullying or hostile ex; one who refuses to love your children more than he hates you, brain retraining may be your way to freedom.

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8 Strategies for Dealing with an Ex- with ADHD

stock-footage-parents-talking-each-other-sitting-on-the-sofa-while-their-children-playing-on-the-floor-at-homeAs challenging as it was when you were married to your ex with ADHD, at least when you were married you could manage things and hopefully that meant compensating for your ex’s ADHD difficulties. Trying to manage your children’s belongings and schedule when they are with your ex who has ADHD can make the problem exponentially worse.

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10 Tips for Divorced Parents Seeking a Parenting Coordinator

628x471As a divorced parent and a psychologist who works with divorced parents, I have experience on many levels with Parenting Coordinators. Parenting Coordinators are relatively new roles used by the family court to resolve disputes regarding parenting decisions.

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