Teens Coping with Parents Separation/Divorce
Divorce is extremely stressful on all family members, but especially on children.
The day-to-day stability they once had is replaced with the unknown of what's going to happen to their parents, and to them, in the future. This can lead to a wide variety of emotions including anxiety, stress, fear and depression. Children might feel responsible for the break-up or feel alone and unwanted. And some may react with anger and hostility towards one or both parents based on a sense of betrayal. They may shun attempts at maintaining contact, which could potentially have a long-lasting impact on relationships into the adult years.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy-based techniques have proven to be very effective in helping teens manage emotions and their negative effects. Our online, self-delivered Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)-based 7-session educational program teaches teens techniques that can be used to help ease anxiety, fear, stress, and other emotions associated with drastic changes in home life.
COPE Teen Online
Our evidence-based educational program is designed to help teens manage anxiety, stress and depression by teaching them the skills needed to stop negative thoughts and start thinking and behaving in more positive ways. And it's conveniently delivered right to your computer screen, so your teen can take this interactive cloud-based program in the privacy of their home or anywhere there's a WiFi connection.
Although this program is designed to be delivered over a 7-week period of time, the course access codes remain active for one year from the date of purchase. So your teen can return at any time within that year to reinforce and/or refresh their memory of the various skills taught in the program.
For less than the cost of just one session with a therapist/counselor ($125-$150/session), the COPE 7-Session Teen Online Program (at only $79) provides 7-sessions of CBT-based education and skills-based activities to teens looking for help with managing stress and anxiety, delivered in the privacy of their home.
7-Session Teen Online Program
This online educational version of our manual-based 7-session teen program makes it easy and enjoyable for teens (ages 13 to 18) to learn anywhere, any time, at their own, individual pace.
Thoughtfully designed graphics and easy-to-follow narration illustrate key points in each of the seven 20- to 30-minute sessions, and teens are encouraged to try out the principles presented and write down their own thoughts and reactions using the interactive component.
At less than $12 per session*, it's priced to be affordable and designed to be easily accessible. Gift Certificates are now available!
The COPE 7-Session Online Program can be accessed from PCs, Macs, tablets and smart phones, and each session can be repeated as many times as desired during the year-long subscription.
This program was designed to be delivered over a 7-week period of time.
* Sessions cannot be purchased individually. The program is accessible for one year from the date of purchase.
The online, self-administered 7-session program is a self-help, cognitive-behavioral skills-building intervention educational program only and is not meant to diagnose or provide treatment for a particular disease or illness. The goal of this educational program is to teach children and teens how to recognize negative thought patterns, and provide cognitive behavioral skills and techniques that can be useful in modifying negative thinking.
Please note that this is a "single-user" class, so each individual user must register for and purchase a separate program.
In addition, since this is an "interactive" class requiring students to input information, each online user will require a different email address and password as a "unique identifier" in order to maintain confidentiality.
Note: At this time, the online course is only available to people who reside in the U.S. and Canada and are 13-years of age and older.
Schools, facilities and providers: Also check out our manual-based instructor-delivered programs.