Introducing YCIDS for Practitioners
YCIDS (pronounced “why-kids”) stands for Young Children in Divorce and Separation. YCIDS is an educational program for separated parents who have a baby or very young child, and intend to co-parent.
Being a parent of a baby or toddler is challenging. A bit of worry is just part of the job, but being separated parents with a baby or toddler can come with additional worries, complexity, and lots of questions. YCIDS is here to help.
In just 90 minutes, YCIDS provides a wealth of information about:
- Early development, and co-parenting a young child between two homes
- Sorting out tough emotions and conflict that interfere with parenting
- The right questions to ask, to arrive at a sound overnight parenting plan
Completed online at home, or taken as part of a group or individual service, YCIDS is an inexpensive, quick and effective way to boost knowledge and get on the same page about co-parenting young children after separation.
For parents and practitioners, purchase the YCIDS course below