“What About Me?” (W.A.M.) is a program designed for children of divorcing parents. This VOLUNTARY class addresses various issues facing children during this difficult time. For ages 5-12, this course helps teach children how to cope with the changes and how to communicate better with their parents. The class is broken down into two age groups (5-8 year olds and 9-12 year olds) so that discussion may be age appropriate. The same facilitators as the “Seminar for Divorcing Parents” teach this course and many parents who have taken the parent seminar feel that W.A.M. is a good companion class for their children.
- W.A.M. is a voluntary, one-time class which is typically offered the fourth Monday of every other month from 6:15pm – 8:15pm.
- In order to secure a place, all children must be pre-registered (permission form and payment)
- If Court action is still pending, permission is required from BOTH parents. If Court action is finalized, only the primary custodial parent’s permission is necessary for enrollment.
- During the seminar, one parent must remain on premises.
- The class costs $10 per pre-registered participant and an additional child from the same family is an additional $5.
Print and fax (with credit card) this application to 770-528-8142 or mail it with payment:
Superior Court ADR Office (Attn: W.A.M.)
30 Waddell St.
Marietta, GA 30090-9642
For class schedule or if you have any questions please call 770-528-1812.
SOURCE: Cobb County Superior Court