ATA provides several services to parents and children involved in the legal system. These services are available to families who are coping with issues such as:
•Contested custody matters •Custody questions where there are allegations of sexual abuse •The children have, or, are about to be removed from the home •The children experiened physical and/or sexual abuse •Problems with a child or adolescent engaging in inappropriate sexual behavior •Parents and children attempting to reunite after a child or children has been removed from the home.
Therapeutic Supervised Visitation
In those situations where allegations of abuse or neglect and the safety and security of a child or children in the care or presence of a parent or parents is brought into question, Therapeutic Supervised Visits may be the solution.
Therapeutic Supervised Visits provide courts and families with an efficacious process for assessing and treating families where there safety or security concerns are present. The parent or parents are provided with a quiet relaxed atmosphere to have a visit with their child or children. During the visit, a specially trained Master’s level clinician is present to discretely supervise the actual visitation. At the conclusion of the visit, the clinician meets with the parent(s) to discuss and process both positive and negative aspects of the visits. The clinician maintains written records of behavioral observations during the visit to make available to the referring authority upon request. Additionally,all visits can be videotaped.
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