Divorce signifies a major transition for both partners and children, often including feelings of anger, anxiety, sadness, guilt, fear, depression, and grief. Many parents feel that they can take care of themselves, but have lost their best friend in taking care of their children. A therapist can help determine the healthiest way to make this transition as well as creating a healthy co-parenting path forward. Children’s needs can be addressed as developmentally appropriate. Alternatively, each individual may wish to meet with a therapist separately to heal from the loss of this relationship and to find assistance in moving forward to a new future.