Next Step Co-Parenting of Marin

Therapeutic Visitation

The Court may order a parent to have supervised visitation with their child as a way to help the parent develop the skills necessary for a healthy parent-child relationship. In addition to supervising parent-child interactions, a therapist is able to coach the parent and give them suggestions on how to improve their relationship with the child. Therapeutic visitation may focus on communication between parent and child, on helping the parent learn to be more attuned to the child’s needs, or on learning appropriate discipline techniques including setting limits and consequences. In addition, therapeutic visitation may focus on monitoring and decreasing inappropriate interactions between parent and child.

 

Upcoming Classes

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Our Fall 2012 classes will begin in September.

Next Step 101 Class Schedule:
Three Wednesday evenings from 5 to 8 p.m.
Co-parents enroll in separate class sessions.
Classes forming now! Contact us for more information.

    This half-day workshop teaches concrete conflict management skills. Co-parents enroll in separate workshop sessions.
    Workshop dates TBA. Contact us for more information.

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