Module

Ian Jones

MODULE 12: Additional Resources for Coaches

Monique Mason

This module includes a list of additional learning materials to advance your education as a coach and enhance your understanding of parental alienation dynamics, trauma and psychology. We also provide a list of common resources to assign to your clients during coaching sessions, including interactive quizzes, YouTube videos, useful websites, blog articles, and books.

MODULE 11: Mastering the Sales Call

Monique Mason

Strategy sessions, or sales calls, are an important part of the process of obtaining new clients. Learn everything you need to know to host a successful call and maximize your closing rate including, how to qualify if you want to work with the parent, build rapport, choose an appropriate solution, and overcome sales objections.

MODULE 9: Pathways Consultation Philosophies: Reunification Therapy

Monique Mason

Learn why the term “reunification therapy” is a common misnomer prescribed by the courts; and how to help clients guide an unqualified mental health professional to recuse themselves from a case, obtain detailed court orders for therapy that reduce future litigation, find a qualified therapist to work with your clients, and prepare your clients for the therapeutic process to reconnect …

MODULE 8: Pathways Consultation Philosophies: Strategic Planning

Monique Mason

Learn about common obstacles within the legal and mental health systems that prevent alienated parents and children from receiving the help they need, and how to develop a winning strategy to help your clients gain traction where they have failed previously.

MODULE 10: Niche Areas

Monique Mason

Learn how to manage extended family that may or may not understand alienation and discover how to identify high-risk family dynamics and safety measures to advise clients to follow during parenting exchanges.

MODULE 6: Pathways Coaching Philosophies: Communication

Monique Mason

Learn how to communicate about separation and divorce to the children affected, and how parents can introduce new life partners in a healthy way. We will also cover communicating effectively with alienated children of all ages, communicating effectively with a high-conflict co-parent, and reconnecting with adult alienated children.

MODULE 5: Pathways Coaching Philosophies: Parent Mindset

Monique Mason

Start learning the bread and butter of what we do, beginning with client mindset. This module focuses on common mindset obstacles that alienated parents face, and how to help a client overcome them.

MODULE 4: Pathways Online Products and Services

Monique Mason

Receive an introduction to all the Pathways online courses, co-parenting plan template, and our flagship product, the Behavioral Pattern Finder digital timeline service.

MODULE 3: What do you stand for?

Monique Mason

Determine “why” you are passionate about helping other parents transition through high-conflict divorce, what makes you unique, and who you want to work with. You will also set your personal goals…what do you want from this program?

MODULE 2: Pathways Culture and Policies

Monique Mason

Learn all about the culture that makes Pathways a truly unique player in the field of parental alienation, our systems and structures of how we do business, and professional conduct important to the business.

MODULE 1: Introduction

Monique Mason

Introduction to “High-Conflict Strategist” certification, course goals, and what to expect. You will also meet your Mentors and learn how Pathways came to be.

MODULE 4: Pathways to Solving a Family Crisis

Monique Mason

“Parental Alienation” & Navigating Child Protection This is the last section of the training, in which we will discuss the standard processes that alienated parents have to use in seeking help, and their pitfalls. We will review how the family court system fails to help families in a timely fashion, common downfalls with custody evaluations, and the lack of incentive …

MODULE 3: How to Recognize the Signs of “Parental Alienation”

Monique Mason

“Parental Alienation” & Navigating Child Protection In this part of the training, we will discuss how to recognize the signs that a child is being influenced to reject a parent versus being justifiably estranged. Dr. Richard Gardner’s signs in the child, Dr. Amy Baker’s strategies used by alienating parents and Dr. Craig Childress’ diagnostic indicators of child psychological abuse and …

MODULE 2: The Experience of Family Trauma

Monique Mason

“Parental Alienation” & Navigating Child Protection In this section, we dig deeper into “Parental alienation” and discover that alienating parents influence their children to reject the other parent primarily due to a personality disorder. We look into the two most common personality disorders in high-conflict divorce, and delve into how trauma is really at the root of this family dynamic. …

MODULE 1: What is “Parental Alienation”?

Monique Mason

“Parental Alienation” & Navigating Child Protection In this section, we start with an introduction to the term “parental alienation” and the controversy associated with it. We then look beyond what some professionals term as “junk science”, validate that this complicated family dynamic does exist, and look at how it relates to intimate partner violence (IPV), psychological abuse, and attachment. Finally, …