Co-Parenting Collaborative Therapy

The therapist helps to empower each parent— encouraging them to articulate their values and ideas in terms of how to raise their child. The therapist helps the parents develop a process where they come together creating a series of mutual agreements.  The objective is for the parents to collaborate and implement that process together in a way that they can feel good about.

Practitioners

Jeff Katowitz, LMFT

Jeff Katowitz, LMFT

Jeff Katowitz, LMFT

Jeff Katowitz, LMFT is a licensed marriage and family therapist in the state of Pennsylvania with twenty years of experience providing individual, couple, and family therapy in Philadelphia and the surrounding suburban areas.

» Contact Jeff at jeffkatowitzlmft@gmail.com or (215) 307-0055

Barbra Danin, LMFT

Both married and divorced couples often have differing views on how to parent their children. Barbra works to help each parent explore their priorities and address child rearing issues with the other parent, focusing on the best interests of the child.

» Learn more at www.barbradanin.com.

» Contact Barbra at bdanin@barbradanin.com or (314) 477-8585.

Lindsay Roznowski, LPC

Lindsay Roznowski, MA, LPC

Lindsay Roznowski, MA, LPC

Lindsay Roznowski is a Licensed Professional Counselor providing individual and family therapy to children, adolescents, and adults.

Lindsay worked as a Family Based Therapist for a large part of her career, trained by the Phildelphia Child and Family Training Center in Structural Family Therapy. She will guide parents in creating an effective, collaborative co-parenting plan that benefits the whole family system.

» Contact Lindsay at 215-326-9665, lindsay@bloomwellnesscounseling.com, and www.bloomwellnesscounseling.com.

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