alienation and parental unification therapy

Healing Alienation with Parental Reunification

Pathways TeamAlienation, Co-Parenting, Family Coaching, Family Reunification

High-conflict divorces and separations can have a significant impact on family dynamics, with children being particularly at risk for negative repercussions, including the potential for damaged parental relationships. Parental alienation can be incredibly painful for both the child and the alienated parent, and over time, can degrade communication and intimacy. Parental reunification aims to mend the wounds caused by distanced …

co parenting in a high conflict divorce

Transforming a High-Conflict Divorce into a Low-Stress Home Environment For Children

Pathways TeamCo-Parenting, Family Coaching, Family Reunification

Going through the dissolution of a relationship and moving towards divorce or permanent separation can be an incredibly difficult experience that brings out a wide variety of emotions as you navigate an uncertain and unfamiliar future. For those with children involved in the equation, it is crucial to move forward with caution, especially in high-conflict situations where both parties may …

Reunification Therapy

Pathways TeamFamily Reunification, Uncategorized

Reunification therapy (RT) is often court-ordered for separated or divorced families, where there is a favored parent and a rejected parent. The goal of reunification therapy is to restore a disrupted parent-child relationship. While the term is commonly used in the court systems, there are actually no standard therapeutic protocols for “reunification therapy,” so every therapist or counselor is free …

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Pathways Through Conflict: Learning Effective Communication in High-Conflict Situations

Pathways TeamFamily Coaching, Family Reunification

Separation and divorce are hard! Emotions are always running high, conflict is inevitable, and reactionary outbursts sometimes cause irreparable damage. It is all too easy for the situation to become a runaway train mowing down everything in its path, leaving you struggling to co-parent through the carnage. Even worse, lawyers and judges are sometimes forced to make the decisions for …

family reunification therapy

Setting the Stage for Success with “Reunification Therapy”

Pathways TeamFamily Reunification

Rejection from a child is one of the most devastating things a parent can experience. When your child chooses not to be a part of your life, it is incredibly challenging not to become overwhelmed by a flood of emotions. Far too often, parents feel as though they’ve lost all control over their situation, feeling “stuck” in a state of …