Individuals/Families Affected by Divorce

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Individuals who have divorced (or separated), are in the process of divorcing or have family members (parents, siblings or other relatives) who are divorcing, have divorced or have separated, and whose own patterns of personal, social and familial coping have been significantly affected by the change.

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Lifesteps, Inc. - Families ForeverFamilies Forever is a 4 hour session for adults struggling with the changes brought about by divorce, separation, or living in a divided family situation and the pain, frustration and stress resulting from custody issues. Adults will learn the behaviors a child may exhibit and how to deal with those behaviors. The session will equip adults with methods for responding in a way that will protect the well-being of children and help families to talk about divorce or separation in a healthy way.ButlerLifesteps - Family ServicesLifesteps

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