to be OK.
practical resources to help parents get on the same team—from one home or two
When parents don’t get along, it’s tough on kids.
Chronic parental conflict can affect kids’ emotional wellbeing, their school performance, and even their own future relationships.
But when parents are on the same team —
Whether you’re in one home or two, improving your parent-to-parent relationship means your children are more likely to:
Enjoy a strong relationship with both of you.
Have higher self-esteem.
Know how to manage their emotions.
Do well in school and get good grades.
Have positive relationships with people around them.
Resist drugs, alcohol, and other risky behaviors.
Getting on the same team is easier said than done.
Here’s how we can help.
Parenting from Two Homes
for parents who are in the process of restructuring (or have already) and want to keep their kids out of the middle
8 Tough Questions Kids Ask About Divorce
for parents who need a little extra help answering all of those tough questions about divorce, restructuring, and separation
for parents who’ve completed a Parent Team online course and want help navigating specific parenting or financial concerns
We’re Jen & Brandyn —
And this is a safe space.
When parents don’t get along, they naturally worry about how their conflict will affect their kids. Too often, their concern turns inward and becomes guilt and shame—usually because of other people’s disapproval.
Please know there is absolutely no judgment here. We love families of all structures and in all stages.
We’re truly honored you’re here.
Brandyn Roark Caires (left), Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor
Jen Schimbeno (right), Financial Advisor
Your parent-to-parent relationship is critical for your child’s wellbeing.
You’ve got this. We’re here to help.
8 Tough Questions Kids Ask About Divorce, Separation, or Restructuring
Talking with your kids about your divorce can be nerve-wracking. You know they’ll be devastated, and you know your words can either help
them heal… or deepen their pain. It’s a hard spot to be in, and you just want to get it right. We’ve helped hundreds of families navigate these conversations. So grab a cup of coffee, take a deep breath, and read through this guide. It’ll help!