What Are the Benefits of Family Coaching During a High-Conflict Divorce

atriumadminCo-Parenting, Family Coaching, Pathways Through Conflict

Divorce and the breakup of long-term intimate relationships can be one of the most emotionally draining and vulnerable experiences a family can go through, especially in situations where conflict and confrontation have become prevalent. With emotions running high and uncertainty looming up ahead, parents can lose sight of how their actions (and interactions) affect their children and create an environment that fosters …

Navigating High-Conflict Divorce with a Narcissist: Protecting Your Children and Building a Healthy Future

Pathways TeamFamily Coaching, Narcissism, Pathways Through Conflict

Coping with a narcissist in any facet of your daily life can be extremely daunting and even more overwhelming when the connection is closer to home. While few of us venture into the dating pool looking for volatile partners, the unfortunate reality is that it can often be hard to spot specific behaviour patterns and warning sides when in the early stages of entering …

online conflict coaching

Online Conflict Coaching with Pathways

Pathways TeamBehavioural Pattern Finder, Co-Parenting, Family Coaching, Pathways Through Conflict

Conflict management skills are critical in family restructuring. But where can parents learn these skills? Traditional family coaching or in-person counseling has been the standard approach to date. However, in-person sessions may not be the right choice for everyone. Everything from scheduling difficulties to safety concerns (especially in light of the COVID-19 pandemic) can prevent in-person conflict coaching from being …

family coaching resources for professionals

Family Coaching Resources for Professionals with Pathways

Pathways TeamAlienation, Behavioural Pattern Finder, Family Coaching, Pathways Through Conflict

High-conflict family dynamics are challenging to navigate for professionals in a wide variety of disciplines. Whether you’re a counselor, family coach, mental health professional, or lawyer working in family courts, you’ve likely encountered clients struggling to cope with the strains of separation and divorce, often leading to irreparably damaged parent-child relationships and unresolved trauma. The lack of a standardized approach …