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.