This paper is by way of a continuation of the definition of the theoretical position on the termination of the intergenerational hierarchical boundary, presented earlier (Williamson, 1981). That paper argued that this termination requires “a radical renegotiation of the power structures in the relationships between the two generations, and in the interactional political patterns which ensue from these.” This paper reports on and describes a therapeutic methodology for securing and completing such a “radical renegotiation.” It is implied that this therapeutic procedure has widespread applicability to the resolution of behavioral problems.