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Counseling Center


The Center for Modern Family Dynamics is a counseling-based organization committed to the restoration, support and edification of individuals, couples, families, and children functioning in our modern culture.

We offer mental health services, products and seminars to adults, children, and families; we also focus on pre-marital therapy, single parent support, remarriage and stepfamily, divorce adjustment, and co-parenting between mom’s house and dad’s house.

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Tammy Daughtry, MMFT


Tammy Daughtry, MMFT

Founder, CEO

Tammy Bennett-Daughtry is the Founder and CEO of CoParenting International, launched in January 2004, as a resource to address the critical impact of co-parenting on children of divorce. Since 2004, co-parenting seminars, evening classes, e-newsletters and one-on-one sessions have helped change thousands of lives.

One Heart, Two Homes


Check out the new10-Week DVD Curriculum that provides positive co-parenting strategies!

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New Book!


Co-Parenting Works!

by Tammy Daughtry

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Thank you Gini Pickleon for the review of "Co-parenting Works! Helping Your Children Thrive after Divorce" by Tammy Daughtry (see Amazon for more reviews)

Great Resource for parents after divorce!
ByGini Pickleon March 9, 2017
Format: Paperback
Co-Parenting Works is a map and a compass that guides parents navigating the waters of co-parenting past snares and pitfalls in order to discover the beautiful treasure of happy children who will become confident adults. The author does this by sharing from her own experience of co-parenting, the experiences of other parents and shared stories from children whose parents did things the right way and those who did things in a harmful way. She helps divorced parents learn how to make positive co-parenting work for them by: Understanding how today’s actions will affect your child in five, ten and twenty years, Teaming with your former spouse to develop strategies in the best interest of your children, Helping your child feel at ease in both homes, Increasing your child’s self-esteem while minimizing anxiety, and Integrating stepparents into your co-parenting team. Her main emphasis is, it’s not about you, it’s about your child!

She shares “tips from the child’s perspective: don’t put us in the middle, be available, share good things that came from your marriage, understand that our healing process is different from yours, adjust for our convenience, be prepared for wide range of emotions, tell us good things about the other parent, legitimize out loss and tell us you love us” (Pages 74-75). The author also goes into the strategies to use when the co-parent won’t cooperate, when you are dealing with abandonment and have to co-parent alone, when your ex is unsafe, dating again and remarriage. I would highly recommend this book to any parent that is facing the daunting task of raising a child after divorce! ... See MoreSee Less

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