We envision a research-led and trauma-informed family court system that acts with urgency and without gender bias to protect children from abuse while ensuring accountability and enforcement of human rights, specifically:

Judges, legal professionals, our communities, and elected officials are part of the solution to protect children from Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs), a leading indicator of life-long health and well-being. ​

​Trauma-informed judicial practices are integrated into every courtroom.

Legislation, based on evidence-based factors, is in place and enforced in all 50 US states and internationally to ensure children’s safety is the top priority when making decisions regarding child custody.

Coercive control is recognized as a form of domestic violence in all 50 US states and internationally.

The abuse of a protective parent and its impact on their child are accurately correlated and met with appropriate safety measures. ​

Judges, lawyers, legal professionals and child welfare services engage in mandated continuing education about the impacts of high conflict personalities in custody cases and are provided guidance for how to successfully navigate these cases with compassion and accountability in ways that mitigate conflict and protect safe caregivers and their children from all forms of post-separation abuse.

Imagine peace, well-being and health for you and your children. This is our goal.