Parenting coordinators are specially trained professionals whose work focuses on helping co-parents manage their parenting plan, improve communication, and resolve disputes. The role of a parenting coordinator will vary based on what a family needs and what the court may stipulate.
A parenting coordinator is there to work with the co-parents, yet the overarching focus of their work is to uphold the best interests of the children and encourage parents to do so as well.
If you are always in conflict and cannot resolve issues with your co-parent, consider working with a parenting coordinator may help.
The main goal of Reunification Therapy (RT) is to reintroduce a parent back into a child’s life in a safe, controlled, and therapeutic manner.
The process of RT is designed to ensure a safe environment for the children and parents involved to create a new and secure bond with one another under the close supervision of one of our clinicians.
The most important idea of Reunification Therapy is the long-term goal of reconnecting the parent and child for a long-lasting bond.
The purpose of Supervised Visitations (SV) is to enable an on-going relationship between the non-custodial parent and child by impartially observing their contact in a safe and structure environment.
Another purpose of SV is to allow a safe and educational learning experience for the non-custodial parent. Our Program provides parent coaches to intervene and teach appropriate parent leadership skills.
SV is short-term and does not assist in the long-term goal of achieving a healthy relationship between the non-custodial parent and the child.