Upcoming Training

New Ways for Families Online(TM), Coaches’ Training. Professionals can coach clients in their use of the New Ways Online co-parenting course offered as Parenting Without Conflict. Read more about the course here. Please email any questions to michelle@newways4families.com.

New Ways for Families® Online: Training for Coaches

Sign Up Now for Live Virtual Workshop with Bill Eddy!  
AUGUST 15th, 2019 1pm-5pm Pacific Time

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Length of course: 4 hours

Price: $299

What is included:

4 hour trainingNew Ways for Families Online Coaching Manuallicense to use New Ways for Families Onlinemonthly Q & A session with Bill Eddy, LCSW, Esq.

This is a training for parenting and co-parenting coaches or parent educators to coach clients who are taking the New Ways for Families® Online Course (Parenting Without Conflict® through Online Parenting Programs in the U.S., or Post-Separation Parenting Program by Interact Support in Australia).

This training will help professionals learn how to identify, understand, and manage high conflict patterns of behavior. This training will provide participants with a comprehensive understanding of the New Ways for Families® online curriculum and how to implement it in their work with clients. Participants will learn how to coach clients through the online course material by reinforcing the skills taught in the course and assisting clients in applying the skills to their own situation.


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Upcoming Conferences


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Past Conferences:

AFCC-Annual Conferences: Los Angeles (2013), Toronto (2014), New Orleans (2015), Seattle (2016), Boston (2017), D. C (2018), Toronto (2019)

AFCC-AAML (2017)

National Council of Juvenile & Family Court Judges - Annual Conference (2017)

AFCC-WA (2017)

AFCC-CA (2017)

APFM (2013)


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