Most Recent Book Title
The CoParenting Toolkit
Book Description
"Dr. Ricci has done it again! The CoParenting Toolkit will likely become the resource manual for coparents, their attorneys, and mediators..."—Claire N Barnes, MA, Executive Director, Kids' Turn

This is a real toolkit! It's for separated, divorced, and remarried parents who are trying to co-parent with their former partner. It's packed with a treasure trove of fresh new strategies including advanced versions of selected time-tested solutions from its partner, Mom's House, Dad's House. The tools are practical, effective and easy to use. Topics include--
-Enhance your strengths
-Use 3 essential Guides for success
-Heal hurt and hard feelings
-Manage successful emails, texts, meetings
-Healthy schedules and transitions
-Upgrade your Parenting Plan
-What kids what parents to know
-Keeping kids out of the middle, problem solving guides, parenting tips and more...

Paper: 8 X 10, CCPS Publications, Ebook (available April 2015)
Additional Book Titles
Mom's House, Dad's House: Making Two Homes for Your Child (2 editions)
Mom's House, Dad's House for KIDS: Feeling at home in one home or two
Location (city/state/country)
Walnut Creek, CA, USA
Author bio
Isolina Ricci, Ph.D., is the author of the enduring classic for parents Mom's House, Dad's House, the book for kids and parents, Mom's House, Dad's House for KIDS, and The CoParenting Toolkit, the award winning finalist in both the USA Best Book Awards and now the International Book Awards. She is a licensed marriage and family therapist, educator, and mediator whose pioneering concepts such as "Parenting Plans," the "business-like" approach for managing conflict and communications, have all become accepted standards. Along with her work with parents and families, Dr. Ricci has been a consultant to family courts, a keynote speaker, and workshop leader at numerous professional conferences both at the international and state level.

Dr. Ricci is the founder and director of Custody & CoParenting Solutions, CCPS Publications, and (formerly known as The New Family Center) and, the online presence for CCPS. For more on the author, go to

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