If you’ve given up on achieving coparenting coordination and cooperation, this book offers help and hope for moving forward with less conflict for the sake of your children.
Overcoming the Alienation Crisis is a must-have resource for professionals and parents wanting to restore parent-child relationships. Psychologists Moran, McCall, and Sullivan present a balanced view of alienation, coparenting conflict dynamics, and parent-child resist refuse problems. Drawing on decades of experience as clinical forensic experts with family court cases, they drill down into the everyday challenges and dilemmas parents face when a child resists or refuses contact with a parent.
Coparents who feel like they have been fighting a hopeless war will discover new understandings about why parent-child contact problems are so difficult to resolve. Frustrating yet all-too-common coparenting situations and predicaments are presented in a Q&A format, and hands-on solutions, tips, and strategies (33 of them!) offer concrete ways to move forward with less conflict. This book will guide coparents beyond high conflict into family peacemaking.
All proceeds from the sale of this book go to Overcoming Barriers, a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization.
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