Co-Parenting & Non-Recommending Mediation
Mediation is aimed at creating and/or modifying a parenting plan (custody) for parents who are no longer living together. Mediation serves a specific function and may be reinstated at a future date if additional assistance is required to help with post-divorce communication and co-parenting struggles.
Non-recommending mediation does not constitute mental health treatment, counseling, or the practice of psychotherapy or marriage and family therapy.
Common Issues Addressed
- Recognizing and modifying destructive communication patterns;
- Developing new ways of relating to the other parent that promotes healthy ongoing communication for the future benefit of your child(ren);
- Assisting you to understand the needs of your child(ren) at various ages and assisting in creation of an optimal parenting plan;
- Understanding how the reciprocal impact that biological parents have upon each other and how children get caught up in the parental struggles;
- Providing general information about optional child transitions.