You can register online up to 4 days prior to a class. You must bring a photo ID to have your certificate provided. The name on the certificate will match your ID.
We are currently offering live, in-person classes. Classes are offered in the greater Tampa Bay Area including Pasco, Hillsborough, Manatee, and Pinellas counties.
Yes. We have court approval for every county in the state of Florida. If, for any reason, your course certificate is not accepted in the State of Florida, we will refund your fee.
You are welcome to bring drinks and snacks- anything you would typically have in a learning environment (e.g. jacket or sweater, pens, notebook).
No. This is a learning environment for separating adults. We are often lacking the space for non-registered participants and the topics can include sensitive information that is not tailored for children.
Yes, we frequently have co-parents arrange for a private class together as well as participating in group classes together. Should there be a desire of either parent to attend alone when both have registered, preference is given to the first registered parent.
No. Classes are one time events that occur in real time. If you have attendance concerns, call the office at 813-490-6365 to see if you can be scheduled into another group class.
For courses that are used in legal proceedings, participants cannot be provided a certificate unless they have attended the required participation time. For the Parent Education and Family Stabilization course, a.k.a. “the divorce class,” that time is four hours. Those participants arriving more than 5 minutes after the beginning of class will not be provided a certificate. They are welcome to attend the remainder of the course, however.
For other courses, participants may or may not be granted entry depending on the type of event being provided. Please call the office with any questions.
Additional time can be completed in another group or privately. Please call the office at 813-490-6365 to discuss your personal concern.
No. The components of the parenting course are intended for educational purposes only. The presentation of this material is not intended to constitute mental health therapy, give information on specific mental health disorders nor medications to treat mental health disorders. Participants are encouraged to discuss specific mental health questions with a licensed mental health therapist of their choice.
Although our classes are provided by specialists in family dynamics, parenting, and divorce and many are licensed professionals, the course is not designed to provide therapy.
No. The presentation of this material is not intended to constitute legal advice and we recommend you consult with a licensed attorney for answers to specific legal questions.
Topics included within the Positive Family Transitions 4 hour course include: