Crowning Life Consulting supports families during separation and divorce, empowering each family member through counselling, mediation and consultation.
Going through separation and divorce is difficult. It can leave family members feeling hurt, frustrated, and/or sad. There is a solution to spousal conflict and its effects on the parent-child relationship. Crowning Life Consulting provides supervised parenting time in a safe and conflict free environment. As a result, caring relationships between parents and their children are maintained and/or reconstructed.
Crowning Life Consulting works to create the opportunity for a pleasant visit with your child/ren. Supervised Parenting Time can take place:
Crowning Life Consulting recognizes that each family situation is different. We provide tailor-made action plans to suit your needs.
The first step is to schedule an Intake interview. An Intake interview is an in-office appointment at our office and usually takes about 60 minutes. We will have a few questions about your family history and what your current situation looks like. This insight will help us to develop a tailor made service assisting you to move forward in the most successful way.
All supervised parenting time services have the option of no contact between adults of the same family. We handle all scheduling from requests to confirmations and facilitate all transitions to make sure parties are able to arrive and leave without fear of confrontations or accusations. It is critical that adults feel safe and calm during appointments so that children can get a sense of safety.
The parent may choose where they would like to spend time with their children – it may be at the parent’s home, at parks, playgrounds, community places, or in a room full of toys. What’s important is that we create an environment where a parent feels safe from false accusations or parental conflict so they can focus on being excited to see their child. How children feel about supervised parenting time will vary depending on their age and experiences, but the main factor will be what they hear and sense from their parents. It is very important that both parents encourage their child to participate and enjoy visits.