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Decision Skills Class Workbook | New Ways for Families
Eddy, Bill, LCSW, Esq.
High Conflict Institute / Softcover / 2013-05-01 / 1936268582
Family Mediation / Families and Parenting
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New Ways for Families Decision Skills Class materials are to be used in divorce education and programs. New Ways is a method of teaching and reinforcing four simple conflict resolution skills for parents and children. For families going through a separation or divorce, the skills focus on helping co-parents even high conflict co-parents work together in making decisions and managing their lives as much as realistically possible.

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