Bridging Resist/Refuse – Dates and times TBA
Bridging Resist/Refuse is a comprehensive program for families experiencing parent/child contact problems. It is meant specifically for families in which the child(ren) has refused contact with one parent for at least 6 months. This course is designed to be a prerequisite to clinical therapy or other services to address parent child contact problems (commonly referred to as “reunification therapy”). Bridging Resist/Refuse aims to create cooperation between the coparents so they can lead their children through the upcoming therapy to re-establish contact between the children and the estranged parent. This program is an adaptation of a William James College curriculum and is intended to move conflicted co-parents into a more child-focused pattern of co-parenting.
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