MDR Support Group Fall 2021
Dr Mark Roseman offers support groups for targeted parents in a compassionate and supportive environment. Learn from other peers how to become the best version of yourself, even in the absence of a relationship with your children.
$85 Tuition Fee plus a $25 Registration Fee
The New TARGETED PARENT SUPPORT GROUP offers a unique opportunity to venture into the world of understanding Parental Alienation, learning how it may manifest in your own children, learn strategies for coping, and be guided by those who have experienced this egregious phenomenon.
Ann O’Keeffe Rodgers and Adina Lebowitz are hosting with Mark Roseman proving the kick-off and finale.
September 22 – October 27th for 6 weeks
Meets at 7:30pm EST
Adina LebowitzFamily mediator and co-parenting facilitator, Elan Health Twin Cities LLC
Adina Lebowitz, MA, is a co-parenting educator and family mediator in Mpls/St Paul Minnesota having completed training with Dan Simon on Transformative Mediation. For couples in conflict, this method can help you find less stress and more peace. Individual coaching sessions are also available.
Her training also includes Health Coaching through the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, Active Parenting Leader Training in Co-parenting and Divorce curriculum, and a Master’s degree in Healthcare Management from the University of St. Thomas in Minneapolis, MN.
Ann O'Keeffe RodgersFounder and Managing Director at Hope Springs Florida
Ann O’Keeffe Rodgers is a professional administrative consultant with over 15 years of experience with clients of diverse backgrounds and needs including those with serious physical and mental health issues. Her career highlights include advising high conflict clients with pathways using data-driven principles of post-traumatic growth syndrome and resilience. She facilitated numerous training, support groups, classes, and events drawing hundreds of individuals together for growth, self-improvement, and health.
Mark RosemanCEO of the Toby Center for Family Transitions, Inc.
Dr. Mark believes as research shows us that many of life’s changes affect individuals with varying impact. Our ability to transition will be based on personal experience, outlook, and belief. It, therefore, is vital that to continue our personal journeys and to adapt to environmental and workplace challenges, support, guidance, and advice will maximize our ability to sustain ourselves.