is not an Innate Skill
It takes commitment
Regardless of whether you’re a single parent in a conflictual co-parenting relationship, or in a cooperative parenting relationship, parenting is hard. When discord between co-parents arises, they often unintentionally lose sight of their child(ren). But it doesn’t have to be this way.
Through our psycho-educational courses, therapy, coaching, and a myriad of other programs, The Layne Project coaches parents to see obstacles as opportunities. We encourage parents to find their best parenting self, while ensuring the focus remains on their children.
It’s a journey worth taking and your TLP tribe will support every step of the way
The Layne Project Was Built to Feel Like Home
A place to pause, breathe, focus, and smile
If you find yourself in a situation where supervised parenting time and exchanges are necessary. They are a great way to have a safe and reliable place for your children to interact with both co-parents and/or transition safely from one co-parent to the other. The Layne Project does a great job of scheduling and providing both of these services with as much ease as possible.
Join Us At Our Next Event
Christmas Family Day
This FREE event is open to the community. Santa will be here for pictures, cookie decorating, Christmas games and more! Please see our Facebook page for more information.
Date & Time:
Saturday, December 18th from 10am-12pm
The Layne Project, 313 N Chestnut St, Olathe, KS 66061
Open to All
Register via Facebook
CUSTODY CAN FEEL LIKE WAR
Don’t let your children feel it too…
There is another way, and we can help. The Layne Project is excited to partner with Darren Mort, producer of the award winning short film, “Tommy,” the emotionally-charged story of a young boy and his imaginary friend caught in the middle of a nasty custody battle. Sometimes we can be unintentionally blind to the emotions our children experience during such difficult times.
Join us during one of our Getting it Right workshops as we break down the film and discuss how to put your children first during difficult custody challenges.
Click here to schedule your workshop