PEAK Recovery Groups

A painful, mysterious, and isolating condition is flooded with light by PEAK. Now I can see a path.

Don’t go through the agony of parental estrangement alone.
Join other parents on the path to recovery.

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Therapist Leader
Fe Avis
Fe Avis
Fe Avis
7:00 - 8:15 PM EST
6:00 – 7:15 PM EST
8:00 – 9:15 PM EST
4:00 – 5:15 PM EST
1/4/23 - 3/8/23
10/31/22 -
11/7/22 -
11/7/22 -
Number of Weeks
10 Weeks
Registration Fee
Registration Link

Information about PEAK Groups

PEAK Recovery Groups are an important element of our mission focused on helping parents recover from the trauma of parental estrangement. They are not Twelve-Step groups, but they have a recovery focus:


  • Most PEAK Recovery Groups are self-led. There is no therapist or professional facilitator unless noted in the title.
  • PEAK Recovery Groups have a carefully crafted meeting structure and format which minimizes the need for advance planning and preparation.
  • Group safety is one of our highest values for participants in PEAK Recovery Groups. Ground rules require acceptance of others, with no criticism, evaluation, or advice-giving, while maintaining anonymity and confidentiality.
  • PEAK Recovery Groups are focused on helping each member take responsibility for what is within their control, and releasing what is not.
  • PEAK Recovery Groups acknowledge that a Spiritual Source is integral to the recovery process, without adherence any particular doctrine or institutional structure.

Other information about PEAK Recovery Groups

  • PEAK Recovery Groups meet for 60 to 90 minutes depending on the size and make-up of the group.
  • PEAK Recovery Groups meet weekly.
  • PEAK Recovery Groups use the book PEAK: A Resource for Recovery as their roadmap for the recovery process.
  • We ask for a small donation to cover administrative costs, including this website and the ZOOM account used for meetings.