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


Other Resources

There are many wonderful books and websites available to enrich and expand the learning from a TransParenting® Parent Education Seminar. Here a few titles to get you started.

NOTE…this is NOT a complete list. We will update to this list periodically as new resources are reviewed. Please visit us again to see what has been added. is a website for parents facing the challenges of divorce and separation. It helps redefine divorce from a competition to a call for cooperation. It is a nationally recognized resource best used as a pre-cursor to attendance at a parent education program or mediation session. is a website for parents who share the responsibility for raising children but have never been legally married. An excellent tool to help those in a confusing situation that often has little direction available from the courts and other self-help literature. is a website for those considering reconciliation of a relationship that had previously been headed toward separation. It requires a clear and honest commitment from both people to work toward building a new relationship together. is an online tool to help families stay organized in a new “Two Home” system.  For a small monthly fee, this site allows families to create a centralized location for calendars, healthcare information, holiday parenting time and financial information.  Your information can be structured with limited access to children and other family members.  This site is a great tool to help reduce conflict and confusion in the fast paced world of two homes.

Mom’s House, Dad’s House – Isolina Ricci, Ph.D (1980)
Divorce Book for Parents - Vicki Lansky (1989)
Families Apart: Ten Keys to Successful Co-Parenting – Melinda Blau (1993)
The Good Divorce – Constance Ahrons, Ph.D (1994)
Joint Custody with a Jerk – Julie Ross & Judy Corcoran (1996)
Parenting After Divorce – Philip M. Stahl, Ph.D (2000)