Frequently Asked Questions
The eNBP requires more time than other programs because it teaches and provides feedback on skills that you practice with your children in between doing the units.
The 6 week eNBP is done in 30-40 minutes a week for 6 weeks for a total of about 3-4 hours. This is longer than some programs because it teaches you several skills to improve your relationship with your children and reduce conflict with your ex-partner.
The 6-unit program was designed for parents who are required by the court to complete a program. The 6- and 10-week programs teach the same skills but the 10-week program gives you more time to use them with your children and provides many more opportunities to practice the skills and get feedback on them. However, certificates of completion are issued only in the 6 week program.
Yes, in many courts. But every court has their own requirements. So, you need to check with your court administrator or check on the list of approved programs your court posts. If you are court ordered to participate in program, you need to take the 6-week rather than the 10-week program.
Absolutely! The eNBP can help all families going through divorce or separation. The 6-week program is required for those who are court ordered. You can only receive your certificate for the court from doing the 6-week program. If you have time to do the 10-unit program we would recommend it. The 10-unit program gives you more time to use the skills with your children and provides many more opportunities to practice the skills and get feedback on them.