Co-Parenting: How Divorced, Blended, Multi-Generational and Other Families Find Balalnce
There’s a new lab focused on parenting at the University of Maine: the Parenting Relationships Research Lab. One of the areas of focus there is on understanding the different forms of co-parenting, which can include everything from divorced couples sharing parenting duties, to grandparents raising their grandchildren, to other blended family situations. We will learn about what makes these kinds of parenting relationships work or not work well, and their effects on children.
Daniel Puhlman, assistant professor of family studies, University of Maine; heads the Parenting Relationships Research Lab
Tim Robbins, executive director, Kids First Center, Scarborough
Lisa Chmelecki, family law attorney, guardian ad litem
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