Breaking the Cycle of Conflict helps separated parents learn to lessen disputes which are impacting their ability to co-parent.

This practical approach will assist you in understanding how conflict escalates, how to minimise opportunities for conflict, and how to improve outcomes for your family as you parent together while living apart.

This course will assist your personal development in your family law matter.

Certificate of Completion can be provided to your co-parent, lawyer, ICL and the court.



Breaking The Cycle of Conflict

How to minimise disputes in parenting after separation

Are you having trouble navigating a high conflict parenting dispute?

Sometimes even after a parenting after separation course, conflict persists.

Watch the following short video to hear about Breaking The Cycle of Conflict

Jasmin Newman, Grad. Dip. FDRP - Course Teacher

Jasmin Newman, Grad. Dip. FDRP

I am a registered and accredited Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner (Family Mediator) and experienced relationships coach who is passionate about creating a new paradigm around how we navigate parenting after separation. I have a background in training and development and am a certified trainer and assessor.

The court, your lawyer and your coparent want to know that you have the children in mind in all your parenting decisions. As I am a registered family mediator, you can have confidence that I understand the complex issues relating to high conflict disputes and parenting after separation.

I believe wholeheartedly that children deserve a loving relationship with both their parents.


Jasmin Newman
Help Your Children Grow

Your self improvement will help your children learn positive patterns of conflict resolution.

Jasmin Newman
Professional Advice At Home

Learn at home with advice and support from professionals in family dispute resolution.

Jasmin Neman
Become Parenting Partners

You don't need to be friends with your co-parent. However you can learn to minimise and resolve disputes for your children's happiness.



Breaking The Cycle of Conflict

How to minimise disputes in parenting after separation