About Children In Between
Children In Between, found online at Online.Divorce-Education.com, is an online educational course designed to help separated and divorced parents handle and execute their new parenting circumstances.
How Does It Work?
Most people, regardless of their personal family make-up, understand that it can be incredibly difficult and stressful when a family is transitioning from a nuclear family unit into a separated or divorced family. Most parents will suddenly be learning a brand new way of interacting with their partner and sometimes with their children as well.
Because of how difficult this transition can be for both parents and children, many court systems across the country require that parents take a class which will help them understand how to best co-parent their children in these new circumstances. Children In Between is an online program designed exactly for this purpose.
Their website says that this is a scientifically proven course of study which ensures that parents will learn skills to make the divorce easier on their children. The course includes videos that demonstrate common co-parenting problems and the different kinds of responses which will produce either negative or positive outcomes.
Children In Between also provides guided questions for different problems or situations, and quizzes which will help reinforce what’s been learned. They also offer a Skills Practice section, so parents can continually work on their skills and increase their confidence for handling complicated co-parenting issues.
It is important to know that after you complete your course, it will be your responsibility to provide a copy of your Certificate to the court. If there is an option for electronic filing, instructions will be provided to you when you complete your course.
The website says that it will take the average parent between three and five hours of online work to complete the full course. Customers will pay $45.95 for 30 days of access to all the course materials and videos online, so they can take the course in their free time and have additional time in case anything else unexpected comes up during the time you are working on your class.
They also recommend that parents purchase physically copies of their two workbooks, “What about the Children?” and “Children in Between: Parents’ and Childrens’ Guidebook” for an additional $14.00, which would make the full cost of the program $59.95. Physical copies of these workbooks are completely optional.
Unfortunately this website provides essentially no information on a Refund Policy. They do provide their customers with a way to check and see if their program has previously been accepted by the court system they are using in their divorce, and they encourage people to check directly with their attorneys and their court before they enroll in order to guarantee that their program is accepted. Customers that believe they are justified in requesting a refund for any reason should contact their Customer Service team as soon as possible.
Customer Service Contact Info
Customers who would like to speak to their Customer Service team about their questions, concerns, or complaints can do so by phone at 877-874-1365, by email at [email protected], or by submitting them directly to their website through their Contact Us link.
There are not very many reviews available for this company and their course at this time, but of the few reviews that are currently available, they all appear to be fairly positive. The bottom line seems to be that this company does provide an effective and useful co-parenting class and at a price that is more affordable than many other comparable classes.
Competitors and Alternatives?
This website references the many in-person courses that available for parents, which are often more time consuming and expensive than this course, and certainly there likely to be other online courses available. The bottom line for any divorcing parents in that they will need to speak to their attorney and judge to see what classes are recommended and accepted in their specific jurisdiction and they should choose one of those courses.
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