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Articles and Information Relevant to Supervised Visitation

Supervised visitation is often misunderstood.  Whereas some parents may interpret it as some kind of “sanction” or “punishment” that they must have a third-party present during their time with their child(ren), supervised visitation is actually an opportunity to create or repair healthy bonds between a parent and a child.  It’s a chance for a new beginning that did not exist just a few short years ago.  Used productively and constructively, it allows healing for otherwise estranged or damaged relationships.  Our blog articles and posts provide insight, information, and education so parents can make the most of their supervised visitation experience with their children.

Activities

Engaging Activities During Supervised Visitation

Supervised visitation serves as a crucial time for non-custodial parents to maintain and enhance their bond with their children. Selecting appropriate and engaging activities is vital to ensure that these...
Behavior

Appropriate Parental Behavior During Supervised Visitation

Supervised visitation is a necessary measure in situations where there are concerns about the safety and well-being of a child during visits with a non-custodial parent. During these visits, it's...
Relationship building

Relationship Building During Supervised Visitation

Supervised visitation provides a crucial opportunity for non-custodial parents to maintain and strengthen their relationships with their children. This structured environment ensures safety while fostering bonding and interaction. Relationship building...
Children's Emotions

Protecting Children’s Emotions in Supervised Visitation Settings

Supervised visitation is a necessary measure in cases where there are concerns about the safety and well-being of children during visits with a non-custodial parent. However, it's crucial to ensure...
Divorce

Helping Your Kids Adjust to a Divorce

Divorces affect over 1 million kids in America each year. These children often deal with more health, behavioral, educational, and emotional problems. However, this does not have to be your...
Divorce

After Divorce, Staying Connected with Your Kids

Divorce is difficult on everyone involved. The anger, the mistrust, and the hurt feelings are all parts of the process. And while the pain affects everyone, it can be especially...
Child Refuses Parent Visitation

When Children Refuse Visitation with The Other Parent

Separation and divorce are difficult for everyone. But it is often a bigger struggle for the children than anyone else. They have questions, emotional turmoil, and, inevitably, anger. That anger...
Preparing Children for Supervised Visitation

Preparing Children for Supervised Visitation

When divorce or separations happen, the biggest victims are often the children.  They feel caught between their parents and have dozens of questions about what is happening and why. Throw...
Preparing for Supervised Visitation

Supervised Visitation: Preparing Yourself

Court-ordered supervised visits are not a form of "punishment".  They can be an excellent way to confirm or restore your relationship(s) with your children.  After all, separations are difficult for...
Benefits of Supervised Visitation

The Benefits of Supervised Visitation

Divorce and separation are never easy.   But with children involved, the challenges are greater.  There is pain, distrust, and fear that make it difficult to have a healthy relationship...
Safe

A Safe Environment when Supervised Visitation Is Required

Separations and divorces are painful for everyone involved.   Emotions are all over the place, and sometimes even the simplest things become difficult.  When children are involved, the situation is even...
Bonding

Rebuild a Bond with Your Child

If you are having court-ordered supervised visits, you may feel like having a future relationship with your child(ren) is impossible.  But this doesn’t have to be the case. There are...

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