Are you working with adolescents who have experienced the divorce of their parents? If you have any contact with youth, the chances are very high. A majority of teens will spend some time in a single-parent or blended family due primarily to divorce. If you help in a youth ministry you can expect half of your students to have gone through this traumatic process.
In grad school I wrote a thesis on Pastoral Care of Adolescents from Divorced Homes. Here is an article from my denominational magazine, The Christian Leader, which summarizes some important findings about working with this very large subset of adolescents.
A teenager is at a particularly vulnerable stage of life to go through the divorce of parents. Perhaps you have witnessed a teenager going through the divorce process and have wondered, “What can I do?” First, recognize the various situational issues that adolescents face in the divorce process. Second, pursue those tasks that will help the teen.
Full article here.