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My name is Simone and I am a senior at Centennial High School. The National Family Resiliency Center (NFRC) has been a part of my life for over six years. I was a client after my mom and stepfather separated in 2008; later, I became a peer counselor. A pe...

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The following is a guest blog from Cortland Jones, one the parent educators at NFRC’s monthly co-parenting seminars. “When the power of love overcomes the love of power, the world will know peace.”  – Jimi Hendrix The power of lo...

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The Gifts of Hindsight and Being Equipped with the Right Tools This guest blog is from one of NFRC’s adult parent peer counselors. Her story is compelling and powerful, and out of respect for her family’s privacy, we will call her TC. When my daughter...

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This guest blog is from one of NFRC’s volunteer peer counselors; out of respect for her family’s privacy, we will call her Ilene. Going through a divorce can be mind-numbingly complicated. If you’re the person asking for the divorce then you’ve p...

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CO-PARENT SEMINARS: For Howard County and Prince George's County Co-Parent Seminars click here for directions on how to register for online programs. Spanish Seminars will be held via Zoom. THERAPY: Sessions are being offered primarily by teletherapy. If you are seeking therapy, please contact our office at 410-740-9553 X200 to give us your information. If you are an existing client and want to pay for your teletherapy session, please click on the orange “Donate Now” button below this message. We will know its your payment for sessions. QUESTIONS: Call 410-740-9553 x200.