About the Co-parenting Council

The Co-parenting Council exists to further positive co-parenting for the children of separated families.

The Council board consists of individuals, not organisations, that have expertise in specific, relevant fields and a willingness to contribute to furthering positive co-parenting.

The Co-parenting Council is a non-political, non-religious, impartial group of experts brought together because of their experience, wisdom, and a need to ensure a balanced viewpoint.

Organisations and individuals working in the Co-parenting arena are then eligible to become members of the CPC offering them access to guidance, best practice, conferences, and an opportunity to raise awareness of themselves and their work.

Further to this, the work and programmes of the CPC members can be submitted for peer review and a stamp of approval from the CPC ensuring quality control across Co-parenting in the U.K.