Mediation improves communication between parents about child-related issues and other conflicts of dispute and supports parents and children through the complex emotions experienced during and after divorce. Unlike therapy, mediation acts as a guide, with the main goal being conflict resolution.
Mediation is less costly on both a financial and emotional basis and an effort is made to remain focused on current issues and managing emotions in a healthy and productive way.
Parent coaching provides education about the potential impact of separation and/or divorce, how to communicate with children and develop age appropriate strategies to support children through transitions.
A parenting plan, worked out between parents, is a valuable reference to assist with dealings between parents and help everyone involved to know what is expected of them.
Each parenting plan is unique and will set out practical decisions about children’s care in areas such as communication and dealing with differences, living arrangements, money, education, health care and well-being.Book a Session