Co-Parenting
For Your Kids

Family Mediation
with a Difference

Make Things Different

Co-Parenting for Your Kids are family mediators dedicated to supporting separated and divorced families.  When you choose to mediate with us, you’ll be supported from first contact through to mediation day and beyond.  We offer child-focused, child-inclusive, and lawyer-assisted mediation as well as a Family Court-approved Parenting Orders Program, the Circle of Security parenting program, a Step Mum Survival workshop, and our Co-Parenting Retreat.  Co-Parenting for Your Kids offers cost-effective mediation and support services so that you and your kids can do more than just survive the divorce – let us help you thrive!

How can we help you?

Conflict and Communication Coaching

Let’s face it, you’re struggling right now because you don’t know the most effective way to communicate with your ex-partner. If you’re getting stuck in the revolving door of conflict and you just can’t agree on simple things, discover some new ways to negotiate with the other significant adult in your children’s life with 1-1 coaching.

Family Mediation

If you’re struggling to make decisions about how your children will spend time with you and their other parent, family mediation might be able to assist. Even if you’ve been separated or divorced for ages or your current agreement just doesn’t work anymore, family mediation may be the bridge to new, workable agreements.

Workshops & Resources

Sometimes, families really struggle even once they have steadfast agreements in place. This is where our Family Court-approved Parenting Orders Program can give you extra assistance with your co-parenting. We also facilitate the world-renowned Circle of Security parenting program and developed a relationship-changing Step Mum Survival workshop.

Co-Parenting (POP) Workshop

Parenting Workshop

Step Parent Workshop

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Family Mediation with a Difference

Kirsty Petersen is the principal mediator at Co-Parenting for Your Kids.  Over hundreds of mediations and thousands of hours, Kirsty has supported separated and divorced families to see through their conflict and reach agreements that enable them to move forward with their new life.

More than that, Kirsty’s approach to focusing on children’s developmental needs, enable her to sensitively challenge parents to focus on their child’s experience of separation and divorce. If you’re looking for a mediator who supports you both to define your issues, explore them and negotiate to reach an agreement, start the process now by booking your intake meeting with Kirsty.

What Our Clients Say

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What now?

If you’re ready to start the mediation process and know Co-Parenting for Your Kids are the best mediators for you, book your intake meeting NOW.

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