Doctor Trey Ishee of Southeast Psych joins the podcast this week to discuss common mistakes divorcing parents make. Trey shares personal anecdotes from his career as well as a number of strategies to overcome these common mistakes and/or avoid them all together.
While openly embracing pop culture and superheroes, Trey provides psychotherapy to children, families, and parents. His training, research, and practice have focused on ADHD, parenting, disruptive behavior disorders, anger management, and child and adolescent depression. You can connect with Trey at www.southeastpsych.com, email@example.com, or at 704.552.0116. Click here to call Touchstone Family Law now! Key insights from the episode:[7:30] – The #5 mistake divorcing parents make: dividing the loyalties of the children [11:37] – What age does a child get to decide which parent to live with? [13:26] – The #4 mistake divorcing parents make: assuming the intent of the other parent’s behavior [15:04] – The #3 mistake divorcing parents make: not communicating enough with the other parent [20:55] – The #2 mistake divorcing parents make: failing to set/respect boundaries and failing to redefine their relationship as co-parents and nothing else [24:30] – The #1 mistake divorcing parents make: speaking poorly about the other parent
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