Available for individuals, groups, families, or couples, psycho-educational sessions serves to teach and allow room for growth in the following sessions:

  • Individual Educational Sessions
  • Therapeutic Supervised Visitations
  • Co-Parenting Education & Resources
  • Communication Skills
  • Child Adjustment to Divorce

Therapeutic Supervised Visitations

Supervised Visitations are typically court-ordered and allow non-custodial parents or guardians meet with their children in a safe and controlled environment. Normally, the visitations will occur at an agency for specific amount of time and duration.  These visitations are typically monitored by a mental health professional with training in visitations. Normally, in supervised visitation if the parent makes a mistake, the mental health professional is able to intervene and correct the behavior therefore teaching the parent correct parenting skills. A main purpose of supervised visitations is to allow a safe and educational learning experience for the non-custodial parent.

Another purpose and goal of supervised visitations is to enable an ongoing relationship between the non-custodial parent and child by impartially observing their contact in a safe and structure environment and to facilitate appropriate child/parent interaction during supervised contact.

Co-Parenting Education.

These sessions are meant to be educational and assist in the parents ability to effectively co-parent with their ex-spouse by learning effective communication. These sessions could be for one or both parties, or one parent and a step-parent.

Life after divorce.

Divorce is a life-long process with a lot of psychological and social changes that effect your life. In our psycho-educational sessions, our clinicians will guide individuals toward a more civil relationship with your ex while allowing you to restructure and re-build your new life.

Divorce and children.

Divorce ultimately effects you children the most. In this session you will be educated on how to recognize warning signs that your child may not be adjusting to the divorce well as well as how to talk to your children about divorce and upcoming changes.