Parents enrolled for Co-Parenting High Conflict Focused are responsible in notifying each other and facilitator of any cancelations, reschedules, questions, and concerns. If one parent shows and the other fails to notify their cancelation, the parent who shows will be provided a letter stating the other failed to inform.
Any parent that demonstrates any type of negative behavior towards facilitator and other parent will be informed to end services. Yet, if both or one parent demonstrates no interest in the co-parenting session a letter explaining the reasons will be provided explaining the reasons why parents will no longer be attending. If one parent demonstrates consistency in communication and showing up to sessions as requested and the other parent does not show any interest, the non succesfull letter will show the lack of cooperation of the other parent and the effort of the other.
If a parent does not agree with center policies he/she will have the choice to end services or resume with written statement why they will continue the classes.
Facilitator can terminate sessions at anytime if she feels it necssary. If one parent demsontrates no trust amd/or communicates to outside parties his/her concerns/complaints sessions will be terminated for liability resons. Parents will recieve a termination letter and any payments made in advance will be refunded.
If parents do not successfully complete the co parenting program facilitator will add on the final letter her observation on both parent’s behavior and/or cooperation
Co-Parenting Facilitator Role:
A Co- Parent facilitator (CPF) is a person who is appointed by the court to assist parents in split families in resolving parenting issues using procedures that are not confidential (no secret policy between parents and facilitator). Even so, the court may appoint a CPC and put in place some measures to protect the parent and child's safety.
The Co Parenting Class Will Cover:
• Emotional effects of divorce.
• Emotional and behavioral reactions to divorce by children.
• Parenting issues relating to specific developmental stages.
• Stress indicators in children.
• Conflict Management.
• Family stabilization through Parenting relationship development.
Every case is different and since parents normally do not have a healthy co-parenting, Faciliator will remind clients of any possible child abuse reports that will be made or can be made depending on the information shared in session. Parents must keep confidentiality at all times. Please avoid sharing what happens in session to third parties. Facilitator will address any concerns to parents when needed.
Facilitator will add on the final letter any recommendations to the court based on her observation of the sessions with parents.
Parents are not allowed to:
Record the sessions
Threat the other parent
Disrespect each others family members
Curse at each other
Manipulate their child to the benefit of a parent
Facilitator does not choose sides and will be very clear with her concerns to avoid any misinterpertation. Facilitator does not attend court to represent neither parent.
Additional rules will be added without notice to help resolve any issues that may occurr.