The Family Stabilization Course
The Family Stabilization Course is a physician created parenting program for divorcing parents.
This class is approved by the State of Florida Department of Children and Families.
The course will meet a court requirement.
The Family Stabilization Course has recently moved to a new platform (this website). If you have registered on the previous website, and still need access to the Course, please use our Contact Form to let us know your previous registration email. We will verify your email, and create a new account for you, at no charge, on our new platform. Thank you.
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Taking A Parenting Course = Healthier Children
You may be taking our course simply to help your kids, or because a court requires it. Either way, its a win-win for your children. When you know what to expect during divorce, you're better prepared, and it's easier on everybody. Whether you're working with an ex or parenting alone, you can raise healthier children and protect their rights.
The cost of the Family Stabilization Course is based on annual income level. If your income is below $40,000, we offer a Basic Course, which includes our online course and quiz. If your income is above $40,000, or if you wish to have more course materials, we provide a Premium Course, which includes everything from the Basic Course, plus five videos, access to the book The Intelligent Divorce, and useful handouts designed to help you raise healthier kids despite divorce.
Would you like to insure your kids' well-being? Register for The Family Stabilization Course today.
INDIGENT STATUS DISCOUNT: A discount will be offered to all Florida approved participants who cannot afford the Basic Course. Please visit this page to apply online for this discount.
Why Take The Family Stabilization Course?
Our course director, Mark Banschick, MD, is a physician, a child psychiatrist and the author of the Intelligent Divorce book series. His winning strategies for raising well adjusted children during divorce was featured on The CBS Early Show. In addition, Dr. Banschick has been seen on The CBS Morning News and quoted in The New York Times and The Huffington Post. For more, see What They Are Saying.
Dr. Banschick has recently been quoted in USA Today, in the article, "Child abuse claims help poison Brangelina divorce"
What effect could all this have on the children?
"Protecting the children from further trauma should be the goal," says child psychiatrist Mark Banschick, retired expert witness in child custody disputes and author of The Intelligent Divorce books. He called on the media to be careful.
"The No. 1 thing is to protect the innocence of children," Banschick says. "They can be traumatized by something that happened but they can also be traumatized by the public humiliation that the family can experience by this exposure. The news media should really handle this in a way that respects the children....They deserve their privacy even if their parents are famous."
Dr. Banschick was also quoted in CBC News Canada on the Jolie-Pitt Split.