When couples divorce or separate and there are children involved, tension most certainly results. Co-parenting support assists the families in coming together to form a unified plan, and to allow for differences in parenting style/needs. Despite the marriage dissolving, the new norm becomes one of showing up for the children, and not allowing the past hurt of the adults to get in the way of decision making. Ultimately, the goal is to reduce conflict so that the children are minimally impacted. The best interest of the children will be at the forefront of treatment.