We help advisors build deeper relationships with their clients.

We do this by providing you with a library of content that positions you as a source of resilience-based information that strengthens family units.

When you send these emails, videos, and supplementary articles to your clients, you will make a powerful impact by addressing their deepest concerns and sources of pain. And, you will develop a reputation that extends far beyond your industry to one that centers around trust, relationships, and  building strong family units.

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Gain Access to Your Resilience-Based Content Library 

When you enroll today, you will unlock resources that will position your reputation as one that extends beyond your industry to one that focuses on the strength of the entire family unit.

Enroll

About Our Content Library

We provided a content-library to trusted advisors filled with resilience-based material. Monthly, you will receive six emails about resilience that you can send to your clients, a video about resilience, as well as supplementary articles and worksheets.

When you send these materials to your client, you will make a powerful impact by addressing their deepest concerns and sources of pain. And, you will develop a reputation that extends far beyond your industry to one that centers around trust, relationships, and strong family units. 

And, when you join today, we will record a Q&A video with you and Kristin MacDermott discussing how resilience helps families, and how you plan on bringing those resources to your clients. 

Trusted advisors use our resources (written by our professional copywriter) to help their clients build resilience and become better versions of themselves. By sending our email sequences to their clients, trusted advisors build deeper relationships with their existing clients, convert leads into clients, and stay top-of-mind so that clients and leads are more likely to provide referrals.

Our content library cover topics such as:

  • Emerging as a stronger family after the coronavirus crisis
  • Starting resilience-based conversations
  • Raising resilient children (without entitlement)
  • Building self-esteem and overcoming the self-esteem lie
  • Changing your home culture

A Sample Email from Our Content Library

From: Your Name
Date: September 1, 2020
To: Your Client
Subject: The next chapter
 

Now is a good time to be intentional about your future and to ask your children and family members to do the same. Sit back and take stock of what your life looks like now and what you want it to look like in the future. Then, start the conversation about what you can do to take control of the next chapter so that it more closely resembles your desires.

One of the outcomes of the coronavirus-related shutdowns is that people are in a position where they can more easily identify what is important and what isn’t important. We all know that there are certain activities we cannot wait to do again, and we also know that there are certain activities we are relieved to no longer be doing.

So why not be intentional about identifying what our ideal lives look like, and then take this time to put parameters around the next chapter?

When you talk to your children and your family members about what this next chapter looks like, you might identify activities you can stop doing, but you might also identify activities you want to keep doing. For instance, you might learn that your son doesn’t miss his karate class all that much, and he loves having his family home for dinner. Maybe he would rather spend time with his family than pursue after-school activities that cause the family to eat at different times.

If this is the case, you might consider eliminating some after-school activities in the next chapter. But you won’t know all of the ways in which your family members want to revise the next chapter unless you ask.

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P.S. I have included a worksheet called “Writing the Next Chapter.” Sit down with your family and complete this worksheet as a family unit. Then discuss everyone's answers so that you can create a future that more closely resembles everyone’s desires.

Why Resilience? 

No family is immune to life's inevitable obstacles. Illness, financial loss, divorce, addiction of a loved one—these are all part of the normal human experience. And without resilience, anything under pressure will break ... including families. 

But with resilience, families not only survive life's inevitable challenges, but they also use them to become stronger. We call this "the hardship advantage," and we believe that trusted advisors are uniquely positioned to help families grow stronger and closer, even amidst disappointment, conflict, and loss that could otherwise tear them apart. 

The MacDermott Method provides a content library of resources that help advisors position themselves as thought leaders and trusted sources of resilience-based information to guide their clients through the inescapable difficulties all families must face. 

Gain Access to Your Resilience-Based Content Library 

When you enroll today, you will unlock resources that will position your reputation as one that extends beyond your industry to one that focuses on the strength of the entire family unit.

Enroll

Meet Kristin MacDermott, Creator of the MacDermott Method

Hi, I'm Kristin MacDermott, and I'm a licensed marriage and family therapist, as well as the creator of the MacDermott Method.

My resilience-training programs have been validated in four studies (including two randomized-controlled trials) with researchers from the Duke Clinical Research Institute, published in peer-review journals, and proven to promote clinically significant improvement in key resilience measures, including distress, anxiety, depression, PTSD, and self-efficacy.

Over the past two decades, I have developed resilience-training programs for some of the highest performing people on the planet, including Navy SEALS, the Los Angeles Police Department, and healthcare providers at 20 hospitals across the country. I have created programs for cancer patients, divorcing families, parents, athletes, students and for mentors and at-risk youth in inner city Los Angeles.

My passion is helping children. All of us will face obstacles. There's no preventing it. But when we teach children resilience skills, we open the doors for them to move past these obstacles quickly and access their best-feeling life. We give them the tools to choose good-feeling relationships, to pursue their dreams, and to grow into self-confident, compassionate, solution-focused adults.

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Resilience-Based eCourses

100 percent of your past and current clients who are parents can be enrolled in our courses (Parenting Through Divorce and Resilience-Based Parenting). Your clients will receive a series of audio lessons that teach resilience skills, as well as additional resources, worksheets, articles and booklets.

These lessons are based on skills that were validated in four studies, including two randomized-controlled trials, with researchers from the Duke Clinical Research Institute. The methods have been used by Navy SEALs, Fortune 500 execs, universities, police departments, private and inner city schools, and hospitals.

Because these programs are skills-based, parents and their children will adopt lifelong habits, behaviors, and processes that allow them to navigate all of life’s challenges, now and in the future.

When you make these programs available to your clients, you will convert more leads. Because you offer more value than your competitors, you will also be able to increase your fees and acquire more referrals.

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Resilience-Based Parenting 

The secret to raising resilient kids is this: nurture their self-esteem, and train their self-efficacy. Parents who use our toolkit raise empowered, resilient kids who adopt lifelong habits, behaviors, and processes that allow them to navigate life’s challenges.

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Parenting Through Divorce

"Will the kids be okay?" When your clients ask that question, let them know that their kids will thrive. Our toolkit for divorcing parents teaches skills that both parents and their children can use whenever life throws an obstacles their way, now, and in the future.

Learn More About Our eCourses 

We will call you within 72 hours to answer your questions and determine the best plan for your firm. 

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