™ is designed for co-parents who are sharing children between two homes. Parenting classes are often court mandated and if not taken (in certain counties) may prevent parents participating in child visitation time. ™ offers co-parents an alternative in the form of an online class to help fulfill that obligation. Taking this course online allows more co-parents and families flexibility as well as a means to participate in fulfilling their court obligation.

There are many difficulties associated with attending a co-parenting class away from the comfort of home. Transportation and daycare issues top the list. ™ has created this Anger Management For Co-Parents class that enables co-parents to take the class from the convenience and privacy of their home or office. ™ was created in an effort to help co-parents increase positive communication while facing the difficulty of transitioning between two homes. We recognize that increased positive communication between parents will result in a positive lifelong effect on their children. Teaching parents and families how to better care for their children during this highly emotional process is our goal.

Our team is dedicated to helping families in transition. Parent education is only one aspect of the many services available on We give families tools they can use to help them journey positively through this transition. Our knowledgeable customer service team members are always standing by to offer assistance with technical support, clarification on a test question, or obtaining a certificate.

Anger management, according to Mayo Clinic, is a process of learning to recognize signs that you’re becoming angry, and taking action to calm down and deal with the situation in a positive way. Anger management doesn’t try to keep you from feeling anger or encourage you to hold it in. Anger is a normal, healthy emotion when you know how to express it appropriately. Anger management is about learning how to do this. Parents may learn anger management skills on their own, using books or other resources. But for many, taking an anger management class or seeing a mental health counselor is the most effective approach to deal with your issue. anger management class deals with specific issues specifically related to co-parenting.

You Matter!