I don't want to choose: A school-based program for middle school children of divorce (PDF)

Program Overview 
“I Don’t Want to Choose” is a school-based curriculum for groups of middle school 
children whose parents are separated or divorced. The program is designed to be run by a professional 
who is familiar with this age group such as a school social worker, school psychologist, guidance 
counselor, teacher, or school administrator. The purpose of the program is to teach children how to resist 
the pressure to choose between their parents by developing a stronger sense of self. The program can 
operate during lunch or other non academic portions of the day so that it does not take time away from 
their school activities...

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