Parenting coordination is a process, often recommended by family courts, that helps divorcing or separating spouses learn to reduce conflict and learn to become effective co-parents to their children. It reduces parental conflict and advocates for the affected children, trying to minimize their stress and risks. Parenting coordination is more rigorous than co-parent counseling, and parent coordinators work under the authority extended to them by a court order or settlement agreement.
Adam Stein is a certified parent coordinator. He has worked closely with trained psychotherapists to help his clients and their children more effectively navigate the stressful transition of divorce or separation through cooperative parenting.