Jenny Greenbaum

Jenny Greenbaum, MA, LPC is a licensed professional counselor specializing in children and families coping with divorce and transition. She comes from a multi-systems approach and works very hard to examine a problem from every possible angle. She is well versed in expressive arts therapies and child development. A graduate of Rosemont College, Jenny currently practices in Devon, PA at Paul Kesselman PsyD & Associates.

Recent Posts

8 Ways to Build a Positive Co-Parenting Relationship After Divorce

Posted by Jenny Greenbaum
June 30, 2015 at 12:14 PM

Many couples dread talking to their ex-spouse about parenting issues. This is understandable, especially after a contentious separation or divorce. But by avoiding discussions about co-parenting, you unintentionally put the burden on your kids. They’re left to figure things out for themselves.


For younger, adaptable and resilient children, this can still result in healthy adjusted kids. On the other hand, children in certain developmental stages or those coping with additional stressors can begin acting out, have poor academic performance, develop a lack of trust in others or internalize their pain.


Here are 8 ways to build a shared vision of parenting with your ex-spouse so your children feel safe and loved as they adjust to their new life.


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Topics: The Mindful Divorcing Parent