About The Books

BookSeriesFeaturedPage Like it or not, divorce is often unavoidable. But it doesn’t have to destroy relationships between ex-spouses, nor among parents and their children.

The Intelligent Divorce is a groundbreaking blueprint for negotiating the complicated and sometimes unbearable landscape of spousal dissolution with grace, compassion, and wisdom.

Developed over the course of a decade and based on hundreds of case studies, The Intelligent Divorce teaches healthy and effective communication strategies intended to ensure personal integrity while committing parents to protecting the innocence of their children.

It’s a must read if you’re getting divorced and you have children.

Inside The Intelligent Divorce:

  • Your Child’s Bill of Rights
  • When, What, and How to Tell the Kids
  • Strategies for Parenting When Under Stress
  • Raising Responsible Children during a Divorce
  • How to Spot Developmental Risks with Your Children
  • The Ten Commandments of an Intelligent Divorce -
  • Plus a Bonus Chapter: “Creating a Parenting Agreement”

 

 

Book One: Taking Care of Your Children

The Intelligent Divorce teaches healthy and effective communication strategies, intended to ensure personal integrity while committing parents to protecting the innocence of their children.

“Incredibly thoughtful and full of common sense.” –Samuel C. Klagsbrun, M.D., Executive Medical Director, Four Winds Hospital

“As practical as Dr. Phil, as soulful as Rabbi Kushner, and as savvy as John Gray.” –Jill Brooke, CBS Contributor

                        Inside the Book:

Plus, a Bonus Chapter: “Creating a Parenting Agreement”

 

 

 

Book Two: Taking Care of Yourself (So Your Kids Don’t Have To)

Here parents can learn about the important role of grief and divorce, handling anger and anxiety, common psychological problems, learning how to manage power struggles, and reducing reactivity to triggers. In addition, we provide lessons on wellness including: nutrition, exercise, meditation, spirituality and the psychology of money.

This book, Taking Care of Yourself (so your kids don’t have to take care of you), talks directly to parents in trouble. We hope it will become reading for therapists in training and used as a workbook in supportive psychotherapy.

 

 

    book3Book Three: Dealing With Your (Impossible) Ex Coming 2014