Five steps to healthy co-parenting
Better for you, better for your kids


Crossroads of Parenting & Divorce Online Groups is an online seminar designed to help you minimize the harm caused when anger and bitterness may cause you to lose sight of your child’s needs. Through this class, you will become aware of how your actions may inadvertently harm your children, learn how to establish a positive co-parenting relationship, and acquire the skills you need to stay child-focused.

This online seminar combines video, activities, skill development and discussion. The easy-to-read Parent’s Guide provides vital information and gives examples and exercises to support what you have learned. Your online seminar will take approximately 4-6 hours. A certificate will become available upon successful completion of the final quiz.

Because it's an online parenting class, you can complete the lessons wherever and whenever you would like during the 3-week registration period, and review past lessons as many times as you need. Aside from providing parenting help through planned lessons, the online class also allows you to connect with other separating parents to share experiences.

Your class and the discussion forum will be moderated by a certified Active Parenting leader.

It costs so little—you get so much!
The course fee of $79.95 gives you all this:

  • Participation for three weeks in the online seminar, including video

  • User Name and Password for accessing the online interactive program features

  • Parent's Guide (64 pp.) - will arrive 5-7 business days after registration

  • Certificate of Completion after completing the final comprehension quiz

There is no additional shipping & handling fee for this class. Quantity discounts are available to organizations that wish to purchase classes in bulk for re-distribution to their clients. Please inquire.

Master critical skills needed for co-parenting after separation. 
Crossroads of Parenting & Divorce was written by co-parenting experts Susan Boyan, M.Ed., LMFT; and Ann Marie Termini, Ed.S., MS, LPC.

Skills you will learn:

Step 1: Keep your child our of the middle
Step 2: Allow your child to love both parents
Step 3: Work on your own recovery
Step 4: Develop new communication skills
Step 5: Create a positive new relationship as co-parents

Satisfaction guaranteed.
Active Parenting offers a 100% unconditional guarantee. If you find that your Active Parenting Online Group course does not meet your expectations, you may request a full refund within two weeks of the end of your course. (Request for refund must occur before printing the certificate of completion.)

Sign me up!
A spot in an Active Parenting Online Group is waiting for you. We've made a sincere effort to make our Online Groups affordable to many parents, so hurry—classes fill fast.

As explained above, the cost of the course is $79.95. Payment is accepted using MasterCard, Visa, Discover, or American Express. You will be notified by email of your class enrollment key and URL.

When can I start my class?
You will be notified by email of your class login information within three business days of registration. Your Parent's Guide will be mailed to you and should arrive within 5-7 business days. Questions? Send an email message to

Note to court-ordered parents requiring certification:
Please check with the deciding authority about its requirements before registering for a Crossroads of Parenting & Divorce Online Group.

The Crossroads of Parenting & Divorce Online Groups program provides a certificate after you successfully complete the final quiz. If you would like more parent training, check our web site for a list of parenting workshops in your community.

Note: Some families require more help than a parenting education class can provide. Active Parenting Publishers does not guarantee changes as a result of attending parenting classes. Our programs are educational in nature, not therapeutic. Throughout the program, parents are taught that change occurs when they (the parents) work to make the changes. If problems persist, please don't give up; seek the help of a social services or mental health professional.