Building Family Resilience is a unique program for families experiencing parent-child contact problems. Programs such as this can serve as a jump-start to breaking through resistances. It can also promote the resilience needed for children to adjust to having two homes and a balanced relationship with both parents.
Drs. Sharon Ryan Montgomery and Marcy Pasternak have decades of experience working with families in conflict and with strained and ruptured parent-child relationships. Based on years of interactions they have come to understand that these families need intensive and immersed time together that includes psychoeducation and experiential as well as therapeutic methods to jump start the movement to reconnection.
They believe that people have an ability to bounce back from adversity and have a strong commitment to help the reparation process.