Conflict Resolution Strategies Adopted From Parenting Coordination: Assisting High-Conflict Coparenting Students

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concerning this article should be addressed to Wilma J. Henry, Department of Psychological and Social Foundations, University of South Florida, 4202 East Fowler Avenue, Tampa, FL 33620 (e-mail: whenry@usf.edu).

Abstract

This article examines the challenges faced by nontraditional college students who are coparents as a result of divorce. The need for college counseling centers to have counseling options designed to assist this special population in successfully completing their academic pursuits is presented. Conflict resolution techniques based on the Parenting Coordination model are offered to help these students deal with the challenges of coparenting responsibilities.

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