Help for parents going through divorce or custody disputes. Learn effective communication/negotiating skills; develop parenting plans; supervised visits.
Communicating with a co-parent can be challenging, frustrating, and at times, may seem impossible. But it is possible. Whether parents are separating, divorcing, or in a custody dispute, effective communication skills can be learned. Compromising and negotiating about the children is doable. It is a choice and we can help change destructive and harmful behaviors to positive ones so children can grow up to be healthy and responsible adults. Children need and deserve this from the two people who love them most in this world. Family Ties of the Lowcountry is a child-focused resource for families experiencing on-going conflict, concerns about alleged child abuse, family reunification, or uncertain risks to children. PARENT TRAINING AND SUPPORT PROGRAM: help parents and co-parents learn the skills to effectively parent their children in a dual-household family. This program uses proven techniques and structures for resolving points of conflict between co-parents such as communication and scheduling; assists with transitioning back and forth between households; and helps parents separate their feelings from their behavior while remaining child-focused. We also assist families with developing PARENTING PLANS for Family Court. Parents can discuss and decide: how they will share time with their children, including holiday and vacation schedules; how they will communicate with each other and with children; who will have decision-making abilities on specific issues; and how future problems will be resolved. Parenting Plans can then be sent to involved attorneys. These services are individualized, contextual, skill-based, practical and affordable. SUPERVISION AND MONITORING SERVICES: assure children have safe contact with a non-custodial parent.
Mission: Our children deserve the best from us. Our mission is to maximize the opportunity for children of dual household families to enjoy positive and constructive relationships with both parents. We are able to work with you in many different capacities to help restore respectful, healthy interactions and end cycles of conflict that are so damaging to children.
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