Parenting Seminars


Parents who are divorcing or  living in separate residences often struggle to find balance between parenting styles.  This seminar helps them gain insight into their children’s developmental needs and learn co-parenting skills.  Being a parent isn’t easy, yet knowledge & support from parent coaches can make a lifetime of difference for families.

Parents recently deployed, separated, divorcing, or facing family changes find this course helps guide families through times of transition.  Changes are difficult, and separation often brings feelings of loss and grief… especially for children.

  • 4 hour session
  • Guided by Child Development Professionals
  • Peer Support
  • Practical Coping Skills
  • Communication
  • Additional Topics: mediation, child support, visitation, and attachment theory
  • Meets Tennessee's mandatory legal requirements for divorcing parents


COST: $45.00 individual

Co-Parenting - Nashville
The Family Center
139 Thompson Ln

Co-Parenting - Murfreesboro
The Family Center
115 Heritage Park

Restoring Connections

*If you are referred from Nashville's Juvenile Court, this is the seminar for you.*

Sometimes families have conflict that gets in the way of positive relationships between adults and children.  This 2.5 hr seminar guides participants through the challenges of parenting and offers insights, practical suggestions, and resources that help!

  • understanding children's developmental needs
  • creating effective co-parenting strategies
  • discovering the importance of parents’ self-care
  • learning about Adverse Childhood Experiences and how
  • they impact brain development and so much more!

COST: $45 individual, $65 couple

Restoring Connections - Nashville
Carpenter’s Square
3016 Nolensville Rd

First 3!

Hospitals, doctors, & doulas help with birthing…but what happens when you’re home with a new baby… or have a toddler who tests your limits?

Pediatrician Jill Obremskey, MD, MPHHC leads our 2.5hr seminars packed with practical content focusing on:

  • understanding brain development & how parents can help promote healthy brains
  • working with your co-parent to create consistent, effective parenting strategies
  • learning how Adverse Childhood Experiences & Adverse Community Environments (ACEs) impact brain development
  • gaining insight into your child’s emotional and behavioral reactions & discovering techniques for positive coping strategies & emotional regulation (including your own)
  • knowing the latest research on Attachment Theory and how early parent/child attachment lays a foundation for later success… and more!

COST: $45 individual, $65 couple

First 3!

139 Thompson Ln,  Nashville
TBD         6:00pm - 8:30pm

115 Heritage Park Dr,  Murfreesboro                          TBD         9:00am - 11:30am