This is our Strongroom.

This is where you can get straight-shooter type advice from us, about going to family court against a narcissistic abuser.

Unlike our main website, what we do here is a little less public and lot more intimate. As in, this is where we delve into the stuff we don't want the abusers to know and use in court. That's why it is not so easy to find. We only send people here who are the ones working to protect their children--not control them.


Hi, I’m Reneé Rodriguez.

I’m an experienced custody strategist, DV advocate, and instructional designer. Driven by my own past and personal experience with domestic abuse, I take pride in providing the best strategy possible for my clients’ cases. As the creator of The Custody Blueprint®, my goals include helping protective parents who are in a custody dispute with a high-conflict co-parent to get the custody arrangement that is best for their children, through assessing potential strategies for their case, designing their presentation of their evidence, and preparing them for how they should appear to the court and court professionals throughout their court case.

The Team

The Custody Blueprint clients are supported by a team of women who have been there. We've been through it, know only too well what protective parents are going through now, both with post-separation abuse and the family court system, and have gained invaluable training and deep expertise in how to navigate various aspects of a custody dispute.

Achara Tarfa

IFS & Trauma Recovery


With over 25 years of experience in leadership, mentorship, and communication disorders, Achara uses compassionate coaching for complex trauma to support survivors of sexual abuse, cultural trauma, racial trauma, religious trauma, narcissistic abuse, domestic violence, and high-conflict divorce. She is also dedicated to helping clients with ADHD and high-conflict co-parents of children with ADHD understand executive functioning skills and the neurological, physical, and emotional aftereffects of trauma. 

Caitlin Hanley


A passionate and dedicated individual with a background in coaching, child development, children’s media, and global human geography, Caitlin has always had a heart for helping others and for making change. The transformative experience of becoming a mother to her 4 year old daughter, and her own journey of leaving an abusive relationship and navigating the family court system, ignited a newfound dedication to feminism and championing the rights of women and children in particular.

Anna Perret-Gentil

Family Court

Anna Christopher, Esq. has a diversified work history in child advocacy, real estate and Family Law.  With a history of work in dependency and neglect and high conflict parental responsibility matters, Anna’s diverse Family Law practice and child legal representative work. She received her B.A. from Bates College in Lewiston, Maine where she studied political science and Spanish, and her J.D. from the University of Denver College of Law. 

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