Tuesday Webinars

EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION BEFORE MARCH 19

First Webinar is Free…Register now!

COST OF EACH WEBINAR:                                                                                                                $29 before March 19 / $39 after March 10

COST FOR WEBINAR SERIES:                                                                                                          $149 before March 19, $179 after March 19 

DATES:  MARCH 17, 24, 31, APRIL 7, 14, 21                                        

TIME: 4:30 PM PST, 5:30 PM MST, 6:30 PM CST, 7:30 PM EDT

REGISTER FOR THE FULL SERIES HERE

Tuesday, MARCH 17

KEEP YOUR FRIENDS CLOSE AND YOUR ENEMIES CLOSER 

How Therapists, Siblings, Parents, SILs/DILs, Cults and Ex-spouses affect estrangement, what you can do about it, and how to respond. What are some steps you can take to counter the effect of your child’s therapist, if you think that their influence is negative?                              This webinar is free. Register for webinar HERE

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Tuesday, MARCH 24

Handling Disrespect and Abuse

Handling disrespect and abuse is a point of concern and confusion for many parents for many reasons that are discussed.   We define ABUSE, the effect of abuse on the parent, reasons for abuse,  and handling abusive behavior. Register for webinar HERE

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 Tuesday, MARCH 31

  SURVIVING THE HOLIDAYS

Many estranged parents feel a sense of dread when a holiday approaches. What do I tell people when they ask me what I’m doing?
How do I manage feelings of sadness, jealousy, or anger?
Are there any activities that are better or worse to do on those days? Will I ever be able to get through a holiday and feel sane and whole again? Register for webinar HERE

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Tuesday, APRIL 7

MAKING AMENDS

Guidance and clarification on topic of AMENDS, and the common beliefs that interfere with making amends.  What should be in a letter of amends?   Register for webinar HERE 

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Tuesday, APRIL 14

IS MY CHILD’S THERAPIST THE PROBLEM?

Understanding the role of individual psychotherapy in estrangement and parental alienation. How are the goals of psychotherapy today different from how they were prior to the 1960s? How does our culture cause children to ask the wrong questions of parents? What can parents do to counter the effects of the child’s therapist if it’s a problem?                         Register for webinar HERE 

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Tuesday, April 21

DEALING WITH GRANDPARENT ESTRANGEMENT

Many parents say that being cut off from their grandchildren is far more painful than being cut off from their adult child. Not having a relationship with a grandchild can be a source of enormous torment. This is because our relations with our grandchildren are often based on a relationship of innocence, shared need, and vulnerability. Yet studies show that the relationship between grandparents and grandchildren is not only good for the well-being of the grandparent, it’s good for children’s development. Register for webinar HERE 

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EACH WEBINAR INCLUDES:
  • FREE STUDY GUIDE
  • LINK TO THE LIVE WEBINAR TO LISTEN TO OVER THE PHONE OR COMPUTER
  • Q AND A DURING WEBINAR (you can also ask your question in advance and hear it answered on the replay)
  • COMPLETE TRANSCRIPT AFTER WEBINAR AIRS
  • LINK TO THE WEBINAR RECORDING AFTER IT AIRS
WHAT OUR PARTICIPANTS SAY:

*My daughter is speaking to me now… I can not tell you how much your webinars have helped me. Thank You! Webinar attendee

 
*I want to thank you from my heart for the work you do, it seriously helped our family from disintegrating under the pressure of trying to deal with a lot of difficulties. We now have a very good, supportive relationship with the both of them and are eagerly awaiting the birth of our grandchild. I feel like our family has been under a bad spell and it has been broken. Please keep doing what you do, I wish more people knew about your website. Webinar Attendee
 
*Your seminars are excellent and have really helped us change our mindset to think strategy not fairness. My husband and I are totally committed to improving the relationship with our son and his wife and we look forward to using the tools you have provided. Thank you so much! Webinar Attendee
 
*These webinars have done wonders for me. Your insight on estrangement is invaluable. Webinar attendee
 
*You are doing good work.  I wrote two letters to my son with your instructions.  After l year of estrangement; he called and apologized.  Since then it is like nothing even happened.  Thank you for your advice.  It worked!! Webinar attendee
 
*Thank you, Josh, for caring, and not forgetting those of us that are hurting and trying to heal. Bless you! Webinar attendee
 
*Whew! My mind was spinning after this one, so much info, and so much homework. Thanks again for your genuine interest and concern for EP’s. Webinar attendee
 
*I have found your webinars very helpful. It is evident that you are dedicated to help estranged parents find healing in their lives. Webinar attendee
 
*I think the material you are presenting has been outstanding. You have really helped me to “get it.” I can see that without your help I would have been making things worse and worse sinking in that quicksand. Webinar attendee
 
*Really appreciated the learning you imparted to us on last night’s seminar. I have a great amount of gratitude for you and your seminars since they have been a positive tool for growth toward a healed life without my two estranged daughters. Webinar attendee
 
*Once again, thank you from the very bottom of my heart. It surprises me that the four psychologists we have seen over the years have never been able to help us. You did far more than anyone. I am deeply grateful. Webinar attendee
 
*Gonna cut to the chase–you have literally been a lifeline for me with your Webinars. I am one of those crazy people that always has questions, I need to know WHY! You have fantastic insight. And I love your mellow, casual yet extremely knowledgeable persona, you put me at ease, feel safe. I will HIGHLY RECOMMEND you to any of my contacts from various forums, you truly are a healer and that Is about the highest compliment one can receive in my eyes, what is a more noble occupation than to give comfort and solace to people who are distraught and devastated to the core, the life and dreams they had for their future which of course if you are a parent, include regular contact with your children and someday, adore and spoil. Thank you for your wisdom and solace. ~Webinar attendee