Join Us in April!

Just like our physical health, our emotional health requires regular tending and nurturing to keep us fit. 

Join us April 18th for a free event to learn more about what emotional health is, why it matters for all of us, and how you can build and maintain it for life.

Reserve your spot now!


“Michael had no long term horizon, didn’t care about anything, was disengaged and had no foundation to start the recovery journey… Today he is a productive senior in HS involved in extra-curricular activities and thinking about college. (Headway) gave us traction, a positive track record of real accomplishments and new beginning.” 

- Headway Client

Co-Parenting / Co-Kids Family Seminar

$60/adult, $20/child (ages 5-12)

A seminar for parents and children around successfully navigating their "family change" transition. Parents and their children will meet separately and together during various portions of the 4 ½ hour seminar. Participants will receive a certificate of completion at the end of the seminar.

Parents will follow the Co-Parenting curriculum. This program satisfies the court requirement for Co-Parenting.

Co-Kids is an educational workshop for children ages 5-12. Two facilitators guide children through developmentally appropriate activities in separate age groups.

Co-Kids topics include:

  • What is a family?
  • Feelings exploration
  • Problem-solving
  • Effective communication with each parent
  • Boundaries and expectations
  • Coping techniques
  • Children's rights, parents' responsibilities

Held in Golden Valley and Richfield.

In our follow up survey of participants one year after attending our seminars, 92% found the classes helpful or extremely helpful in co-parenting with their partner. 96% would recommend the Headway seminars to other parents in a similar situation.

Recent parent feedback:

It's always helpful to paint a clearer picture for a fractured mind. Thanks so much.

I did not believe that a court mandated class on co-parenting would have any real substance or information that I could find useful. I was proven wrong. The facilitator did a great job presenting the material in a way that helped the people in attendance solve 'real life' situations.

Great! Excellent resource to raise healthy kids in a time of hurt. How to be a positive role model.

I didn't want to come, but I'm glad that I did because it was mind-opening.

The entire class was beneficial - but the realization that the co-parent has the same feelings really hit home.

It's just great being around people that are going through the same thing.

Excellent resources going forward... Can't think of a better resource for parents as they begin this new phase in their lives with each other and their children.

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