Professional’s Corner


ONLINE WORK is a free and interactive website that helps divorcing and divorced parents to reduce conflict and focus on the true needs of their children. It has gained International acclaim as the most comprehensive and unique websites available for parents facing the challenges of divorce or separation


Professional’s Corner

TransParenting® has partnered with UpToParents because both organizations believe that, despite attempts by others to do so, an online resource can never effectively take the place of a live class. However, by combining the best of what a website can offer as a pre-course supplement with the proven TransParenting® curriculum our program is now even stronger. is a pre-class tool for parents. After having completed the free and interactive website, parents arrive at the class more open to focusing on the real needs of their children

UpToParents provides:

  • Parents with personalized commitments they can make right away to protect their children from the devastating effects of parent conflict.
  • A tool that allows parents to merge the commitments they completed separately, in order to see the common ground they share when it comes to protecting their kids.
  • Useful information for family professionals (including co-parenting educators) on the Professionals Corner of the webpage.

Click HERE to see a four-minute video discussion with Ann (Thomas) Schelle about the value of this website work as preparation for co-parenting class.

Parents have reported…

“Everybody says not to fight, but too many of us aren’t listening. This (website) let me rediscover the parent in me who wants to build peace for our children. It’s like a conversation with myself with the kids’ names inside it. It made all the difference.”

“Seeing some of these things in writing made me realize we need to get past our problems and focus on our son. Parents can’t get to this soon enough”

“I was skeptical when I knew I had to come to this website, but I am now very thankful I did. What a wake-up call. I can see now how putting the kids first will help me most.”