At the National Family Resiliency Center, Inc. (NFRC), we help children and adults better understand and accept the realities of life-changing experiences in their family, as well as give them the guidance they need in order to identify and express their feelings in a healthy and healing way. We also provide families and professionals with programs and resources to help them navigate the emotionally challenging process of changes that occur throughout the life cycle.
The National Family Resiliency Center, Inc. has one special goal—fostering healthy relationships in all families regardless of composition. Through individual, couple, family, parent, co-parent, pre-marital, marital, separation and blended family counseling.
Regardless of family composition, all families experience challenges that are related to children’s developmental stages and changing needs, and parents’ challenges at work and in personal relationships. We develop a customized approach for each individual and family based on the client’s goals and needs.
The National Family Resiliency Center, Inc. (formerly Children of Separation and Divorce Center) guides and supports children during family transitions so that they emerge healthy and hopeful for the future. Since our founding in 1983, we have done this by helping more than 28,000 individuals and families resolve conflict, co-parent, and make child-focused decisions before, during, and after the dissolution of their marriage.
Mission and Strategies
The National Family Resiliency Center is committed to helping children and adults preserve a sense of family, foster healthy relationships, and adjust constructively to change, especially during times of separation, divorce and other family transitions.
To accomplish this, NFRC’s professional staff has developed a multidisciplinary offering of programs and resources for families and professionals, including:
- Individual, family, multiple family and group clinical programs
- Co-Parent Consultation services
- Collaborative divorce coach services
- Collaborative child specialist services
- FamilyConnex on line program
- Community outreach, preventive and educational programs
- Volunteer peer counseling programs
- Research and advocacy programs
- Professional development and training programs
- An expansive library of NFRC-authored books and training manuals
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