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Author Topic: Reunification therapy --Court-involved versus community therapist-Advice Please  (Read 658 times)

onemoreyear

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My teenage son has been estranged from his father for over a year, and when I filed for custody and support, the judge ordered reunification therapy. 

the order is written such that my ex and I can agree on any community therapist with experience in reunification therapy or if we can't agree, I choose a court involved therapist.

does any one have any input on the pros and cons of using a court involved therapist vs community therapist?

thanks


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I'm not sure there's a lot of difference as long as the therapist is qualified to do reunification therapy.

Perhaps other people here will have some input.
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I agree -- either one would probably have to report back to the court.

Maybe that's a local term?

 

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