Overcoming Barriers has published the following book that provides both practical tools to aid families in understanding and handling the challenges of high-conflict families.
Overcoming the Co-Parenting Trap: Essential Parenting
Skills When a Child Resists a Parent
by Dr. John A. Moran, Tyler Sullivan and Dr. Matthew Sullivan
A child’s resistance or refusal to spend time with a parent can develop suddenly
or over time. It can be a result of
a multitude of reasons, e.g. poor parenting by either or both parents, intense marital conflict, a particular child’s individual emotional vulnerabilities. Regardless of the source or timing of the problem such situations pose serious risks to the children and anquish to the parents. This book provides both resisted and preferred parents insight into the source of the issue, skills for parenting a child in such circumstances and ideas for developing a coparenting relationship that allows the child to have a safe, secure relationship with both parents.
Overcoming the Alienation Crisis: 33 Coparenting Solutions
by Dr. John A. Moran, Dr. Shawn McCall and Dr. Matthew Sullivan
This companion book to our Essential Skills publication will discuss intractable conflict and provide solutions for daily interactions for coparents in conflict. Read more here.