Feb. 15 - 17, 2023 | Registration Now Open

Better together. Stronger than ever.

Inspired by the ancient Japanese art of kintsugi - in which broken pottery is mended and enhanced with gold powder, we chose the words above as the theme of our inaugural Reconciliation Summit because we know that there can be beauty in our brokenness and that there is always hope for a reconciliation that brings us back together, stronger than ever. 

To help you along your path, we've gathered world-class experts from a variety of fields including psychology, law, technology, and health to share their best insights and recommendations through a collection of interviews.

We hope you will sign up to join us for this three day virtual event scheduled for February 15 - 17, 2023. There's no cost to attend, as we want to make this accessible to any grandparent facing this difficult journey right now.

Sign up today to reserve your seat!

Claim Your Ticket

General admission is free as space permits, simply fill in the form below to register. You'll have access to the presentations for the entire duration of the summit.*

*General Admission does not include session notes or post summit access to the recordings. All Access Passes that include all of the above can be purchased at a later date.

Meet the speakers

We're thrilled to bring you insightful interviews with this roster of world-class thought leaders and grandparent advocates. We'll release the recordings throughout Reconciliation Summit. Here's our line up...

Megan Hunter

"Effective Communication Strategies for Alienated Grandparents"

Dr. Sue Cornbluth

"Discovering the Energy to Overcome Alienation"

Chris Smith

"Navigating Grandparents Rights & Family Court"

Laurie A. Couture

"Dealing with the Double-Anguish of Death & Alienation"

Amanda Anonymous

"What Every Grandparent Should Know About Alienation"

Rebecca Anonymous

"What I Learned from Alienation as a Reconciled Grandparent"

Cathi Nelson

"Creating a Photo Legacy to Preserve Family History"

Aaron Larsen

"Online Reconciliation Strategies for Alienated Grandparents"

Interview Release Schedule

Interviews will be released on certain days according to the schedule below. Each day's interviews will be made accessible at 9am Pacific / 12pm Eastern that day. After that, you can watch them on demand, at your convenience until the end of Reconciliation Summit on Friday, February 17. 

Wednesday, February 15

- What Every Grandparent Should Know About Alienation | Amanda (AGA)

- Discovering the Energy to Overcome Alienation | Dr. Sue Cornbluth

- Effective Communication Strategies for Alienated Grandparents | Megan Hunter

Thursday, February 16

- Navigating Grandparents Rights & Family Court | Chris Smith

- Dealing with the Double-Anguish of Death & Alienation | Laurie A. Couture

- Creating a Photo Legacy to Preserve Family History | Cathi Nelson

Friday, February 17

- Online Reconciliation Strategies for Alienated Grandparents | Aaron Larsen

- What I Learned from Alienation as a Reconciled Grandparent | Rebecca