Hierarchy of Alienation

Monique Mason

Lesson 1: Hierarchy of Alienation In a healthy family structure, there is a natural family hierarchy. The mother and father hold a leadership role of guiding the children and making decisions that are in the best interests of the family unit. There is a natural hierarchy between siblings, as well, with the older children maintaining more responsibility than the younger …

Top Reasons for Not Making Sales

Monique Mason

Lesson 5: Top Reasons for Not Making Sales At the end of the day, the purpose of your strategy calls is to vet prospects and ultimately turn the ones you want to work with into clients. Sales is a tough job in any niche; however, can be even more difficult within the “parental alienation” realm because many of the prospects …

Overcoming Objections

Monique Mason

Lesson 4: Overcoming Objections Most of the prospects who reach out to Pathways do so fairly late in the game. For example, it often takes years for a parent to learn the term “parental alienation” and relate it to their situation. Even if they do understand the dynamic within their family, numerous professionals have often been involved, including multiple lawyers, …

Choosing a Solution

Monique Mason

Lesson 3: Choosing a Solution As you know, there are numerous different online courses, the Behavioral Pattern Finder (BPF) digital timeline, and one-on-one coaching and consultation services that Pathways has to offer to parents, grandparents and alienated children seeking support. Regardless of whether you choose to contract as a coach under the Pathways brand, you will be offered the opportunity …