In the event that a problem arises during supervised visitation, it is important to prioritize the safety and well-being of the child. Trained supervisors or visitation center staff are prepared to handle such situations and will intervene promptly to address any issues. They will assess the situation, de-escalate tensions if possible, and take appropriate actions to ensure the child’s safety. This may include modifying the visitation arrangements, implementing additional safety measures, or even terminating the visit if necessary. Proper documentation of the incident will be recorded for future reference. Prompt and effective response to problems during supervised visitation ensures that the child’s best interests are upheld and the visitation process remains supportive and secure.