Parenting Facilitation focuses on creating an effective Co-Parenting Plan.  It is one of the most important processes you can take to ensure your child’s successful transition to the new family situation.  When the parents’ relationship ends, the strong feelings and problems in communication that contributed to the break-up often remain and create new problems regarding co-parenting the child. Whether court-ordered or not, parenting facilitation can help parents learn to problem-solve, prioritize issues, and reconcile their differences to work together in the best interest of their child.  

If you are bringing a child to a session, a copy of any Child Custody Agreements that are currently in effect must be emailed or brought to the first session.  It is a legal requirement. Thank you!