High conflict strategist

Mentorship Program

Learn To Coach

Coaches and High-Conflict Strategists for families in crisis are desperately needed! Whether you would like to start coaching for the first time, are already a coach passionate about achieving a greater impact, or are a mental health professional seeking to expand your knowledge base in high-conflict family dynamics, this program is for you!

What makes our program stand out?

Unparalleled One-on-One Support


Meet one-on-one with your assigned Mentor monthly


Attend weekly group coaching calls and network with other Mentees


Gain hands-on experience observing and hosting sessions with our clients


24/7 Access to Mentee discussion forum

Access to Extensive Resource Library


Coaching tools and resources that get results for your clients


Dozens of peer-reviewed research papers relevant to high-conflict family dynamics


Referral lists & additional templates and resources for collaborating with legal professionals


Access to all existing and future Pathways Family Coaching online courses

Maximum Flexibility After Certification


Create your own coaching business as a High-Conflict Strategist


Instantly expand your pre-existing business by adding Pathways Family Coaching products and services and earning affiliate commissions


Potential opportunity to contract as a Coach with us, benefiting from our existing and growing client base & already established business systems


We support you in succeeding YOUR way!

Opportunity to Coach with Us


We do the advertising and schedule clients into your calendar


Utilize our already developed client care software to manage clients


Continued guidance from our Mentors


Maximize your networking opportunities with other professionals and contracted Coaches

Empower, Educate & Reunite with Our High-Conflict Strategist Mentorship Program

Course Outline

Module 1


Introduction to “High-Conflict Strategist” certification, course goals, and what to expect. You will also meet your Mentors and learn how our company came to be.

Module 2


Learn all about the culture that makes us a truly unique player in the field of parental alienation, our systems and structures of how we do business, and professional conduct important to the business.

Module 3


Determine “why” you are passionate about helping other parents transition through high-conflict divorce, what makes you unique, and who you want to work with. You will also set your personal goals…what do you want from this program?

Module 4


Receive an introduction to all the Pathways Family Coaching online courses, co-parenting plan template, and our flagship product, the Behavioural Pattern Finder digital timeline service.

Module 5


Start learning the bread and butter of what we do, beginning with client mindset. This module focuses on common mindset obstacles that alienated parents face, and how to help a client overcome them.

Module 6


Learn how to communicate about separation and divorce to the children affected, and how parents can introduce new life partners in a healthy way. We will also cover communicating effectively with alienated children of all ages, communicating effectively with a high-conflict co-parent, and reconnecting with adult alienated children.

Module 7


Learn how to respond to common difficult child behaviours, manage electronics between homes, and navigate gifts and holidays with alienated children.

Module 8


Learn about common obstacles within the legal and mental health systems that prevent alienated parents and children from receiving the help they need, and how to develop a winning strategy to help your clients gain traction where they have failed previously.

Module 9


Learn why the term “reunification therapy” is a common misnomer prescribed by the courts; and how to help clients guide an unqualified mental health professional to recuse themselves from a case, obtain detailed court orders for therapy that reduce future litigation, find a qualified therapist to work with your clients, and prepare your clients for the therapeutic process to reconnect with their children.

Module 10


Learn additional considerations when working with LGBTQ parents, how to manage extended family that may or may not understand alienation, and how to identify and manage high-risk family dynamics.

Module 11


Strategy calls, or initial consultations, are an important part of the process of obtaining new clients. Learn everything you need to know to host a successful call including how to qualify if you want to work with the parent, build rapport, and choose an appropriate solution to help the parent find their road to success.

Module 12


This module includes a list of additional learning materials to advance your education as a coach and enhance your understanding of parental alienation dynamics, trauma and psychology. We also provide a list of common resources to assign to your clients during coaching sessions, including interactive quizzes, YouTube videos, useful websites, blog articles, and books.

Learn PROVEN strategies backed by over 40 years of combined experience and research!

Who Is This Program For?


Parents, family members, and friends touched by alienation seeking to shift their negative experience into a positive one by empowering other parents with similar experiences to resolve the conflict within their families


Adults who have been previously alienated (or are currently still alienated) from a parent or other family member who are seeking answers, want to make sense of their suffering, and use their experience to protect children and teens from the same fate


Already established coaches working in the niches of parenting and co-parenting seeking to make a larger impact and expand their knowledge into the complicated family dynamic of parental alienation


Mental health professionals interested in building their repertoire and honing their skills in high-conflict family dynamics


Anyone who has a passion for helping others, feels a calling to bring solutions to parents and families experiencing the crisis of parental alienation, and wants to make a positive impact in these families’ lives


Join the High-Conflict Strategist Movement!

Frequently Asked Questions

How long does it take to become a Certified High-Conflict Strategist?

The program starts the moment of your purchase and you continue to receive 1-on-1 support for 6 months! This support includes weekly group coaching calls, monthly 1-on-1 calls with your assigned Mentor, and opportunities to observe and host calls with our clients.


What prior experience or education is required to register?

Our Mentees come into the program with diverse backgrounds. Whether you are considering becoming a Coach for the first time, have already established yourself as a Coach and are seeking to achieve a greater impact, or are a legal or mental health professional with a desire to build your repertoire and hone your skills in high-conflict family dynamics, this program is for you. The one thing all our Mentees share is a passion for helping families in crisis after separation and divorce.

What if I can't complete the program in 6 months?

We are here to support you, regardless of how long it takes to complete the program! You maintain lifetime access to all the online content, and the live support via weekly group coaching and 1-on-1 monthly meetings with your Mentor can be extended for a nominal additional monthly investment.

Can I attend part-time?

We understand that many of our students need to work while obtaining their certification. You can successfully complete the program within 6 months with a time commitment of 16-20 hours per week.

When is the deadline for enrollment?

There is no deadline – you can enroll any time! The program starts the moment of your enrollment and you continue to receive 1-on-1 support for the following 6 months. This support includes weekly group coaching calls, monthly 1-on-1 calls with your assigned Mentor, and opportunities to observe and host calls with our clients.

How long do I have access to the online materials?

After enrolling, you have unlimited lifetime access to the online materials – across any and all devices you own. This includes all existing and future online courses and our extensive (and growing) resource library.

How much can I expect to make as a contracted Coach?

This depends on the number of hours you are able to dedicate to coaching, your drive and passion to help others, and commitment to finding additional opportunities as an affiliate.

Do you offer any scholarships?

Due to the high demand of this training, we do not currently offer any financial assistance.


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Is a High Conflict Strategist Mentorship a good fit for me?


You are passionate about the wellbeing of children and frustrated with existing ineffective programs and systems available to families in crisis


You are seeking to become part of a larger network of like-minded individuals rather than go it alone


You are dedicated to personal growth and challenging old perspectives and beliefs that may not be serving you


You have an insatiable thirst for knowledge and love to learn


You want to increase your confidence both personally and professionally when working with families in crisis


You want to make a positive impact on the lives of others


You are ready to embrace hard work and invest in yourself for the next 6 months regardless of how challenging the program may be for you

If you answered “yes” to the above questions, this program is a great fit for you!

It may not be a good fit if:


You believe that parental alienation is junk science


You don’t have the self-motivation to commit to 16-20 hours of independent work per week


You would rather work alone than within a team environment


You have not yet sufficiently healed from your own trauma

HCS Core Values

Remaining Child-Focused is Paramount

The wellbeing of the children within each family we work with is considered first and foremost. This sometimes results in providing unconventional advice, and what really sets us apart from many other professionals working within the same niche. We give advice that our clients NEED which means the advice is not always what they want to hear but is ALWAYS in their children’s best interests.

We Choose What's Right Over Convenience

We pride ourselves on possessing very strong moral compasses, which we believe is critical when working with such vulnerable clients. Unfortunately, there are coaches and businesses within the parental alienation niche that view this vulnerability as a business opportunity. We do not! We maintain ourselves in the highest of integrity and honesty when obtaining and serving our clients.

Collaboration is KEY

More minds are better than one. We believe that banding together as a team and working collaboratively with other ethical professionals is key in bringing about change and solving the epidemic of alienation that is dominating the family courts.

Everyone is Worthy of Compassion

Working with parents within the parental alienation niche can be extremely emotionally exhausting, and at times, even frustrating. The thing we must always remember is that even a parent who is acting poorly is doing so out of fear, pain, and often trauma. We, therefore, strive to exercise compassion towards all parties, even those who engage in inappropriate behaviors.

Quality is Remembered

Although perfection is not expected, quality of care and advice are incredibly important to us. We are motivated, driven and care deeply about doing the best job possible. This forms a foundational core value in our business.

What We Don't Know, We Learn

We believe that people should never stop learning. An open mind and thirst for expanding our knowledge base are two very prominent and important driving factors that form the foundation of our company. This is what, we believe, will continue to keep us at the forefront within our niche.

We Value Transparent and Open Communication

Our business largely revolves around effective communication, whether it be teaching parents how to manage conflict, communicating new ideas to other professionals representing our clients, or maintaining positive relationships within our business. Transparent, open and respectful communication provides opportunities to learn and eliminates misunderstanding. It is an expectation of our clients, students, coaches, and ourselves.

Be Fearlessly Real

Being vulnerable is hard, but the truth of the matter is that every single parent and child we speak to is in a very vulnerable position. Meeting them with our own authenticity is extremely validating and builds trust immediately. An individual will not remember what you said, but they will always remember how you made them feel.

Your Instructors

Jenna Noble and Monique Mason are highly trained and skilled Co-Parenting and Reunification Coaches, “Parental Alienation” and IPV (Intimate Partner Violence) Consultants, and Divorce Mediators (specializing in high-conflict cases).

They have over 40 years of combined personal experience dealing with high-conflict personalities, navigating the family court system, and searching out the “right” mental health professionals that understand the complicated family dynamics of high-conflict separation and divorce.

Both have been in deep, dark places in their lives and have chosen to use their experiences to positively impact the lives of parents facing the rejection of their children worldwide. They use an easy-to-understand and conversational teaching style, along with visual aids and exercises to keep students of all ages engaged.

Monique Mason

Co-Parenting & Reunification
Coaching, Consulting & Mediation

Jenna Noble

Co-Parenting & Reunification
Coaching, Consulting & Mediation