Rosalind Sedacca, CCT


Rosalind Sedacca, CCT, is the Voice of Child-Centered Divorce and author of How Do I Tell the Kids About the Divorce. She is the founder of International Child-Centered Divorce Month--January.

Rosalind sits on the Board of Directors for Toby Center for Family Transitions and Online Parenting Programs, Inc. She is an expert blogger for The Huffington Post, and featured blogger for Mamapecia and CBS New Eye on Parenting.  Rosalind is a contributing expert for Kids Come First Coalition, Divorce360.com. She is a contributing writer for HopeAfterDivroce.org, FamilyShare.com, and Exceptional People Magazine. Rosalind sits on a panel of experts for www.NADWC.org. She has recieved awards for No. 1 Blog: Best Resources for Divorced Parents and Separated Families List, National Judge: Mom's Choice Awards, and was the 1st Place Award Winner of Victorious Woman of the Year! You can "Like" Rosalind's Child-Centered Divorce Network on facebook.

Follow her on Facebook: facebook.com/ChildCenteredDivorce and www.facebook.com/RosalindSedacca Follow Rosalind on Twitter @RosalindSedacca

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