Psychological Affiliates Inc delivers Orlando patients state of the art Psychologists services. Our experts specialize in Family Counseling, Psychology and Collaborative Divorce Psychology.
This program offers an innovative way to resolve disputes amicably without going to court by using a mental health counselor. If minor children are involved, parents tend to gravitate towards this program due to the focus it has on doing what is best for the kids. Additionally, due to Collaborative Divorce being based on the pace of the clients and not the judicial calendar, it results in a speeder finalization, which translates into financial savings as well.
The Partners with Families program is available 7 days a week, including evenings, and allows children to maintain safe contact with both parents post divorce. The purpose of this program is to create a safe environment for children by having a third person monitor those involved, as well as supervise the transfer of children from one parent to the other. It creates less conflict and stress for the parents due to them not having to communicate with their former spouse.
This program is led by licensed psychologists who are highly trained in high conflict situations, mediation and child development. It focuses on the parents communication among each other and educates them on the importance of shielding their children from parental conflict and creating any unnecessary stress for them. Through your attorney, you may request a parenting coordinator if you have concerns about your co-parent.
This program presents information about divorce procedures that promote effective coping and communication by parents and their children. A goal of the program is to lower the amount of contested custodies and visitation conflicts.
This program is for children between the ages of 8 and 12 who are dealing with their parent's divorce. Once a week (six week program), children are brought together to participate in activities with other children alike to help them cope and comfortably communicate about the topic.
For the sake of the children, divorcing parents must continue to communicate with their former spouses in matters of child rearing. Yet, approximately 20-30% of divorcing parents exhibit high conflict behaviors, creating stress for both adult and child. Research indicates that unrelenting parental conflict is the single most common cause of poor adjustment in children following a divorce.
Parent Coordination offers divorcing parents a unique service that may be used during the divorce process or years after. Parents with serious concerns regarding their co-parent may request, through their attorney, the monitoring services of a Parenting Coordinator. A Parenting Coordinator is a neutral individual working to ensure parental access and protect children from unnecessary stress.
Parenting Coordinators at Psychological Affiliates are licensed psychologists who are trained in child development, mediation, and high conflict. All Coordinators are trained through the Cooperative Parenting Institute.