Frequently Asked Questions

Who is the training for? Or should I take this training?

The training is for parenting partners, single parents, expecting parents, individuals, parenting agencies, and professionals.

Do I have to attend the training with my parenting partner?

Although we encourage parents to attend with their parenting partner, it is not required.

What is the time commitment for the training?

To benefit the most from this training, trainees should plan for two hours per week for 7 weeks.

What is the cost of the training and what is included?

See Program Details & Investment

Are payment options available?

Payments for the program can be made in one lump sum, two, or three payments. Payments must be made prior to the start of the first session.

Will I receive a certificate?

Yes. We take the successful completion of our training very seriously therefore, we celebrate this huge accomplishment with every client by way of a certificate, and a special shout-out on our business social media pages.

Can I get support after the training?

Yes, each client that completes our training will have access to our co-parenting support group and a discounted rate for scheduling 1:1 time with Detrice. Clients who complete our training will also receive discounts on additional products/materials produced by KPS.

Are custom training and coaching offered?

Yes, the right plan for our clients is extremely important to us, so we think outside the box to develop the best plan suited for our client’s needs.

I’m a single parent/have limited contact with my child’s other parent. How does this help me?

Our training provides strategies that will be universally helpful for co-parents, regardless of the specifics of your relationship with your child’s other parent. Even if your parenting partner parents from a distance and/or has minimal custody time, you may still need to interact with him/her or address how he/she can participate in your child’s life. We share information on how all parents can take care of themselves and be self-reflective so as to improve their communication and conflict resolution skills- which is useful in all relationships! You will be able to use what you learn with future partners who may play a role in
parenting your child.