In this episode of Keep the Kids in Mind, Rachel interviews Bob Immerman. Bob has been an elementary School Counselor for 27 years. He possesses a Bachelor of Arts in Communications and Theater from Temple University and a Master’s Degree in Counseling and Human Relations from Villanova University.
Bob has worked extensively with students between the ages of 5 and 11 as they deal with family changes.
Tune in for insights from Bob Immerman:
- Helping children find balance in life when their parents separate
- How parents can properly communicate with their children in the midst of the emotions of divorce
- Healthy parenting practices of apologizing
- How parents should encourage positive support systems for their children
In every episode of Keep the Kids in Mind, Rachel Green, a family, and divorce mediator with over 25 years of experience, interviews Marriage Therapists, Attorneys, Divorce Coaches, Child Development Specialists, Financial Planners, and Teachers to help people who are going through a divorce or separation with children involved. How can divorcing couples keep the kids in mind? What are the common pitfalls for divorcing couples with children and how can people protect children from the conflict, so that they come through whole and healthy? What are the (surprising) benefits to children of divorce? How can the parents move into a restructured family with 2 homes? This podcast explores these questions and more.
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