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Court Ordered Therapy

Counseling for families navigating legal proceedings. Supervised visitation also available.

Court Ordered Therapy

An intervention by the court may be necessary when a person's mental illness or addiction threatens their lives or the lives of others. A mandatory or court-ordered therapy session can provide people who are struggling with mental health with the break they need to get their lives back on track. Court-ordered therapy can be a meeting between a child and a therapist, a parent and a therapist, or some combination.

Our Approach

In navigating the complexities of divorce, especially in high-conflict situations, our family therapy services provide a nurturing space for parents to come together and prioritize the well-being of both themselves and their children. 

Drawing from modalities such as Internal Family Systems therapy, our approach centers on fostering understanding, healing, and cooperation within the family unit.

With court-mandated therapy sessions, our aim is not to place blame but rather to offer guidance and support as parents navigate this challenging transition. 

We work collaboratively with parents to develop strategies for effective communication, conflict resolution, and co-parenting, ensuring that the needs of the children remain at the forefront.

Our co-parenting classes further equip parents with practical tools and resources to navigate this journey with compassion and resilience.

Ultimately, our goal is to foster healing and growth within the family, creating a supportive environment where both parents and children can thrive.

"The challenge of every family is to build bridges that connect generations, to mend rifts, heal wounds, and strengthen the familial bond."


Therapy Outcomes

  • Improved communication skills among family members.

  • Reduced conflict and tension within the family dynamic.

  • Enhanced understanding of co-parenting roles and responsibilities.

  • Development of healthy coping mechanisms for managing stress and conflict.

  • Increased cooperation and collaboration in decision-making related to parenting.

  • Strengthened parental bond and support network for children.

  • Promotion of a nurturing and supportive environment for children's emotional well-being.

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