Parenting/Divorce Classes in Pensacola, Florida
Nicole Orgeron, LMHC
I am Nicole Orgeron, a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Pensacola, Florida. I grew up in New Orleans, Louisiana all of my life, but my family and I spent our summer vacations on the lovely Pensacola Beach, ever since I can remember. However, when I would return to New Orleans, I found myself not wanting to wait another long year to be able to enjoy the beach again. Since then, it was my dream to live near the beach in Pensacola, Florida, and I was blessed to be able to make this a reality! I have been happily residing in Pensacola since 2001 and am never leaving this wonderful place!
As a Mental Health Counselor, I have over 10 years of experience working with people in the local community (in both Escambia and Santa Rosa counties) and helping them overcome the challenges they face in their lives. I have worked extensively with children of all ages during that time, as well as with their families, to help them with navigating their experiences. This is why I feel that I have a wonderful and unique opportunity to teach parents how to parent their children after a divorce through the DCF approved Family Stabilization class, “A Child’s Life Depends on Peaceful Resolutions”. This course has been very well received by those who have completed it, and best of all, it is geared at giving families the tools they need to lower their stress levels and improve their relationships and communication with each other.
My favorite thing about Pensacola is the emerald green waters and white sandy beaches.
West FL Genealogy Branch Library (PSC)
5740 N.9th Avenue
Pensacola, FL 32504
Lynette Y Bledsoe, LCSW
Lynette Bledsoe, is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with 16 years of experience. She has lived in Pensacola for over 40 years, and raised her own children in Escambia County. Having divorced parents, and divorcing herself, when her children were young, she knows the strains and struggles families face when dissolving a marriage.
Lynette’s experience in working with children, is expansive; having worked in child safety, then in private practice where many of her clients were adolescents, and eventually in a non-medical counseling position where she currently splits her time between elementary and middle school children.
Lynette knows that parenting is hard, she raised four children herself. Her desire is to bring this evidence based curriculum to you in a relaxed learning environment. She wants you to walk away with a keen awareness of what your children are going through during this time of change, and the skills you will need to help them thrive.
If you want more power over the court system, this is the right class for you. Everyone who attends A Child’s Life is thankful they made the extra effort to attend in person. This class will surprise you! The only complaint we get is, “I wish I had taken this class sooner!” and “can we both attend the same class?”
And our answer is YES!
I look forward to seeing you in class.
My favorite thing about Pensacola is the beaches!
My name is Ashley Walker, Licensed Mental Health Counselor, in Pace, Florida. I have resided in Pace since 1995, and I’m so proud of the supportive community it has become. I grew up here and now raising my own two beautiful children, age 4 and 7, in the same community. Having divorced parents myself, I understand the conflicts and struggles families experience when a marriage ends.
In my experience as a mental health counselor, I have worked extensively with children and families. Having worked in Private Practice, Juvenile Detention Centers, Infant Mental Health In-Home Therapy Settings, and School Settings, I have supported and guided many families through the challenges they have faced as well as equipped them with tools to use in future endeavors.
Parenting is tough!! I’m raising two vibrate children myself, and this comes with many challenges. I’m honored to bring an evidenced based curriculum to you in a relaxed learning atmosphere. The DCF approved Family Stabilization class, “A Child’s Life Depends on Peaceful Resolutions” has been well received by those who have completed it, and best of all, it is geared toward giving families the tools they need to lower their stress levels and improve their relationships and communication with each other. My objective for you is to finish this class with having awareness of what children may be going through during this transition and the skills needed to support them.
My favorite thing about Florida is our beautiful beaches, and Pensacola is the home of the U.S. Navy Blue Angels which are amazing to watch fly over the beaches of Pensacola.