Fees are determined by the specific service. If more affordable options are needed the court may allow for master’s level interns under direct supervision to provide services. Research shows that successful outcomes are more probable if both parties are financially invested
(aka Split Fees) in efforts to resolve high-conflict custody dynamics.
Used when a child is refusing or resisting time with a parent. The process consists of an assessment phase, a treatment phase and a monitoring phase.
Similar to parent coordination, used when parents are unable or unwilling to cooperate in a way that allows for minor conflicts to be resolved, strategies to minimize conflict and skills to resolve conflicts are the focus.
Helping parties to resolve conflict, making decisions if conflict can not be resolved, monitoring communication, and parent coaching.
Used to gather information for the courts regarding specific topics such as parent mental fitness, substance abuse issues, parent/child relational issues, allegations of child abuse, relocation risk and clinical child interviews
Family: Used when high conflict dynamics are present to help protect children from triangulation, resolve minor family conflicts.
Individual: A service for a parent or child who may need specialized help regarding challenges created by high conflict dynamics, for parents who may be perpetrating pathogenic parenting behaviors.
Used to supervise high conflict exchanges in order to protect children from conflict, may be necessary to supervise parents who have difficulty controlling pathogenic behaviors.
Providing expert opinion on matters related to custody, parent influence on child development and other related issues.
Use to provide information regarding development of effective parenting plans specifically related to parties who may have high conflict characteristics.
Review documents, parent interviews, as well as child interviews synthesized into a court report.
Used as supplemental information for evaluations when concerns regarding home environment are a priority. A qualified professional will come out to the home to inspect safety issues such as smoke detectors, carbon monoxide detectors, electrical outlet covers or any other child proofing measures. Inspection of other items such as meeting the developmental needs of the child and cleanliness are included.This is a service that is provided to offer a sense of safety and security.