When a family faces a turning point with a troubled child, a vulnerable elder or a family member facing catastrophic or debilitating illness, the family’s resources are taxed to the max. Even the best and strongest and healthiest families find themselves overwhelmed, grasping for solutions and asking critical questions: How do we figure out how to get through this? How do we get the help we need? How do we make the decisions facing us?How do we navigate this windy road before us? We’re working with so many people. How do we get them to work with each other? Getting everyone in the room together may be a good first step, but it does not mean that everyone is willing to work together. Building teams is one of the things that we seek to do with the family and with their input.