Co-Parenting Class

The Mediation Center's Co-Parenting classes (COPE) offers a nationally renowned, child-focused educational seminar for divorcing or separating parents.  This four-hour course is approved in the 17th, 21st & 22nd Judicial Districts in Tennessee (Bedford, Giles, Hickman, Lawrence, Lewis, Lincoln, Marshall, Maury, Moore, Perry, Wayne and Williamson counties) and meets the requirements set forth in T.C.A. Sect. 36-6-408 for a Parent Education Seminar.


We further welcome all individuals who could benefit from advice and techniques to help improve their lives as parents.  Participants will benefit from a proven curriculum,  Transparenting, developed by Families First, Inc. and upon attending class will receive their own Workbook and online resources for further support and a Certificate of Completion.


Our course instructors include attorneys, mediators, professional therapists and educators with a dedication to helping families transition peacefully to a new role after experiencing divorce or separation.

Class is for a mandatory four hours.  Children can not attend and childcare will not be provided.  The course has a proven nation-wide curriculum.  It is child-focused on how to understand and minimize the affect of divorce on a child. 

To register for a scheduled class, 1) complete the registration form and 2) select and pay for the class date you wish to attend.  All classes use Zoom.  Instructions will be provided.   

If you have already completed a class, your feedback is invaluable.  You can provide it here.


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