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Meet Rosalind Sedacca, CCT

The Voice of Child-Centered Divorce

Rosalind Sedacca, CCT is a Divorce & Parenting Mentor and Founder of the Child-Centered Divorce Network for parents. She’s also the author of the internationally-acclaimed ebook, How Do I Tell the Kids about the Divorce? A Create-a-Storybook Guide to Preparing Your Children – with Love! This unique ebook doesn’t just tell you what to say, it provides age-appropriate, customizable templates that say it for you!

Rosalind provides telephone and Skype mentoring services on parenting skills during and after divorce. She also offers teleseminars, Group Coaching programs, a Co-Parenting Corse and a comprehensive Audio Coaching program for parents that can be downloaded around the world. Rosalind personally initiated International Child-Centered Divorce Month which is commemorated every January to remind parents, educators, divorce professionals and the media about the challenges faced everyday by children of divorce.

Rosalind is co-host of The Divorce View Talk Show and Podcast, an Expert Advisor at, a Contributing Expert for and on the Panel of Experts for the National Association of Divorce for Women and Children. She is also an Expert Blogger for The Huffington Post, JenningsWire, KidzEdge Magazine, CBS News Eye on Parenting as well as Exceptional People Magazine. In 2008 Rosalind was named the National First Place Winner of the Victorious Woman Award. She also serves as a Distinguished Judge for the annual Mom’s Choice Awards. Her blog was selected as the No. 1 blog on the Best Resources for Divorced Parents and Separated Families list.

Rosalind also has co-authored an 8-hr and 12-hr Online Anger Management Program for high conflict families. Learn more at

Rosalind’s relationship book, co-authored with her sister, Amy Sherman LMHC, is: 99 Things Women Wish They Knew Before Dating After 40, 50 & Yes, 60! This easy-to-read guide is packed with wisdom for women who are moving on after divorce and ready to create a loving, lasting and fulfilling relationship in the years ahead. Learn more at Men will find a valuable course on dating and relationships at

As a Certified Corporate Trainer, international speaker and workshop facilitator, Rosalind  is regularly invited to share her expertise on TV and radio programs and conferences and has been featured in many newspaper and magazine articles on topics related to divorce, parenting, dating and relationships.

To schedule a free introductory mentoring session with Rosalind, contact her at


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  1. carla w's Gravatar carla w
    December 9, 2013    

    Hello Ms. Sedacca, I read your article online regarding Demonizing Divorce Justifiable. I enjoyed your honesty and insight I am a divorcee and my children are now adults but what do you do as a parent when the other parent will not co-parent with you? My ex-husband and I agreed we would be there for our children but after our divorce he divorced my older daughter from a previous relationship, meaning he had no contact with her just our two children together and he put his parents in the middle, so if I needed to speak with him regarding parent-teacher conferences, doctor appointments, school functions or after school care I had to deal with his mother not him. This put a rift between us and his parents and our children suffered for it. I agree divorce is terrible for the children and parents but children are intelligent and my adult children look back on all of it and says today we did the best thing they knew as children they didn’t see the intimacy between us but they were just too young to express it. I never wanted a bitter divorce and still to this day my ex-husband is still bitter he never ever mentions my name to our children and when he does see me he will say hello but never calls me by name. I feel sorry for my children because they didn’t deserve this. They deserved two parents that should be able to co-parent through a divorce and beyond. Again thank you for the article.

  2. December 9, 2013    

    Many thanks for your note. I invite you to post it on the Huffington Post site so others can see it there as well. Yes, all children deserve two parent that can co-parent harmoniously together. But sadly they don’t always get that and they suffer the consequences. You cannot control your former husband’s behavior or decisions. Just continue to be caring and compassionate with your children, knowing you are a positive role model in their lives!

  3. June 26, 2014    

    I have been a subscriber of your site and love the way you present the material. Very approachable and presented in a way to reach the parents.

    Your site has been in part, instrumental in my creating a website for shared parents. The hope is to reach the parents by showing the heartache and heartbreak that the children experience.

    There is a lot of info for parents in this arena and your site is a must have for parents in a divorce. Thank you for all of your ideas in helping the children and parents.

  4. Anonymous's Gravatar Anonymous
    July 25, 2014    

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