Therapeutic Supervised Visitation

Therapeutic Supervised Visitation

Therapeutic supervised visitation is a specialized service that combines the elements of supervised visitations with therapeutic support provided by counseling professionals. The primary goal is to facilitate safe and positive interactions between parents and children while addressing any emotional or psychological needs that may arise during the visits.

At Lighthouse Christian Counseling, we provide a neutral and secure setting where parents and children can interact without fear or stress. Our trained supervisors are present to monitor the visit and ensure everyone’s safety. Through guided interactions our therapists provide support and guidance, encouraging positive communication and offer real-time support and interventions, helping families work through conflicts and challenges in a healthy manner as they seek to build and strengthen their relationship.

By incorporating therapeutic practices into the structured time together, we aim to foster long-term improvements in family dynamics. Our goal is to equip parents with the skills and insights needed to maintain positive relationships with their children beyond the supervised visitations. While the coaching and feedback is highly personalized, it often includes effective parenting techniques, communication skills, and emotional regulation.

Overall, therapeutic supervised visitation aims to promote the well-being of children and facilitate healthy family dynamics, even in the midst of difficult circumstances. Our Therapeutic Supervised Visitations are a step towards building a brighter, more connected future for you and your children.

Getting Started:

Therapeutic Supervised Visitation is a valuable process for the well-being of all parties involved. It is a significant investment, and we know you will have lots of questions. Our office staff will  gather history from both parents to see if we would be a good fit for your family. If we can work with you, we will send each parent paperwork.  

Once both parents have completed all the paperwork and agree to a payment method, the process can begin! How quickly the process begins will depend on how long it takes to get the paperwork in, the flexibility of the family’s schedules, timelines provided by the court, and the schedule of the counselor at the time both parents complete the paperwork.