Supervised parenting time may be ordered by a court during parents' separation or divorce; it allows children a way to stay in contact with both parents while experiencing minimal conflict. While safety is always the priority, parenting time should be fun, relaxed, and genuine. On-site and off-site parenting time is available, and reports are created for each visit.
Research shows that children who experience parental divorce or separation are at an increased risk for a wide range of mental health, substance use and social adjustment problems. One of the greatest factors lessening the impact is the creation of a positive co-parenting relationship. Co-parent education gives parents some useful, real-life tools to help build a new relationship when the couple is over.