When parents are parenting from different homes after separation and/or divorce, they may experience challenges in their communication as they attempt to co- parent together. It is not uncommon that these communication challenges and conflicts have an impact on the children. When parents are having ongoing conflict before, during, or after a separation or divorce, children often feel anxious, confused, and distressed. These emotions intensify when children are placed in the middle of the conflict or given direct or indirect message about which parent to be loyal to. The goal of Co-Parent Coaching is to provide parents with the tools to co-parent together in a more unified manner and communicate more effectively about the needs of the children. The goals for the children are for parents to provide them a calm transition between the two parent homes, and ability to focus on their own childhood tasks without worry about parental conflict. Co-parent coaching may involve one coach or two coaches. A conversation with the Co-parent coach may help to determine which coaching model may be the best for each situation.