Online Conflict Coaching That Meets You Where You Are

Pathways TeamFamily Coaching

If you’re currently working through a contentious separation or divorce, it can be challenging to know where to turn for guidance on managing conflict. Practical conflict management skills are absolutely critical in navigating your unique situation, but where can you go to develop these skills? In years past, traditional family coaching or in-person counselling has been the standard for developing …

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Parental Alienation Support Groups – The Pros and Cons

Pathways TeamAlienation

Parental alienation and the rejection of a parent by a child is a common consequence of high-conflict separation or divorce. Whether it’s caused by the child’s inability to process their trauma or the behavior of one or both co-parents, the parent-child relationship is often severely damaged throughout the process of family restructuring. For parents who have been rejected by their children, …

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Will You and Your Child Benefit From Family Coaching?

Pathways TeamFamily Coaching

The term “family coaching” refers to various types of services aimed at developing an in-depth understanding of the relationship between family members. It seeks to give you and your family the tools they need to co-exist despite the challenging circumstances that may arise. If you’re currently experiencing a high-conflict separation or divorce, it can be challenging to know where to …

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The Transgenerational Trauma of Personality Disorders

Jenna NoblePersonality Disorders

Thankfully I did not grow up with an alcoholic parent.  But I do remember sneaking up the stairs at night when visiting my grandparents to see my grandfather sipping his nightly whiskey.  He was a horribly abusive man. I remember as a little girl knowing not to engage him as he sipped his drink.  However, the shock wave of his …

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Strategies to Counteract COVID-19 Alienation

Monique MasonAlienation, Co-Parenting

Coronavirus…it’s a word that has the masses running scared and leaving grocery store shelves empty. It has created confusion, worry and panic for many. However, there is a smaller population that is left with a whole new set of concerns. Namely, parents who are already struggling to spend the parenting time they deserve with their children. Governments are closing schools …

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The 4 Phases of a Narcissistic Relationship

Monique MasonNarcissism, Personality Disorders

Here we go…the last in a series of 3 monster blog posts that dive super deep into NPD, or narcissistic personality disorder… Part 1:  The 10 Types of Narcissists, Causes & Warning SignsPart 2:  Narcissistic Coping MechanismsPart 3:  The 4 Phases of a Narcissistic Relationship As mentioned in our previous posts, NPD is one of four cluster B personality disorders, …

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