Abigail M. Judge, Ph.D., Clinical Director of Stable Paths of MA and co-author Robin M. Deutsch, Ph.D., ABPP, are featured in Oxford Clinical Psychology.
Stable Paths is pleased to announce the opening of our Massachusetts location. After successful operations in Florida, we will be accepting families at our Massachusetts property beginning in the fall of 2017. Stable Paths offers a continuum of services for families impacted by fractured relationships that result from high-conflict divorce and parent-child contact problems, including […]
Stable Paths requires families participating in a Stable Paths Family Intensive Reunification Workshop to have an exclusive restorative contact period between the children and parent from whom they have experienced separation for a minimum of thirty days post-workshop.
Overcoming Parent-Child Contact Problems Family-Based Interventions for Resistance, Rejection and Alienation. Edited by Abigail Judge PhD & Robin M. Deutsch, PhD, ABPP
The existing literature on abduction reunification is limited and evolving. Although guidelines for model service approaches exist, few programs address the unique challenges of reunifying children and families following abduction. This article delineates a family-based reunification model that has assisted families affected by abduction since 2006. Model components include a team-centered approach, a stage-oriented reunification process, and pitfalls and strategies related to intersystem collaboration.