Lunch & Learn Virtual Event – March 3rd

PCRR–What??!! (Just when I thought I knew ALL the acronyms!)

Please join us for the first Lunch & Learn of 2023:
PCRR–What??!! (Just when I thought I knew ALL the acronyms!)
featuring speaker Erin Kassebaum, MS, LAMFT of The Bridging Center.

We hope to see you there!

When: Friday, March 3rd 12:00pm-1:15pm
Where: Virtual
Cost: Free for members, $15 non-members
CLE Credits: 1.25 (pending)

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Parent Child Relationship Repair (PCRR) is a type of therapeutic intervention designed for families in which a child or children are resisting or refusing contact with a parent. The therapeutic goals and objectives, as well as steps to achieve those goals, are determined following intake with family members. Although there has been much discussion among professionals about “reunification” therapy, there has been very little progress in defining the process with any consistency. Upon completion of this one hour Lunch and Learn, participants will be able to:

  1. Identify resist refuse dynamics and behaviors early enough to maximize benefits of intervention.
  2. Determine which clients are most appropriate for the PCRR process.
  3. Understand the Bridging Center PCRR process and the Court Orders/Case Management required as part of that process.


Erin Kassebaum, MS, LAMFT works with families in conflict in a variety of roles. She frequently serves as a Social Early Neutral Evaluator, Mediator, Parenting Consultant, and Custody and Parenting Time Evaluator through her Alternative Dispute Resolution practice called Resolution Divorce Services. Erin is also a Licensed Associate Marriage and Family Therapist who specializes in providing Parent Child Relationship Repair (PCRR) services at The Bridging Center. She is an active member of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts (AFCC) where she has completed numerous trainings on conflict resolution, domestic violence, resist-refuse dynamics, substance abuse, trauma, and ethical practice. Erin works closely with attorneys and other family law professionals in all her work to help parents resolve conflict and focus on the needs of their children.