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Specialized Services 
Separation/Post-Divorce Support

Fees start at $225 (plus HST if applicable) for a 60 minute session
(please note that some services may qualify for reimbursement through private insurance)  


Voice of the Child Report

A Voice of the Child Report is a means to give children a voice during family law proceedings. It is usually Court-Ordered.

The Voice of the Child Report is a written report provided to the parties which includes the child’s views and preferences as they relate to their family’s situation and parenting issues.  Consultation with parents includes a readiness interview.  The child must also consent to what is contained in the report.

A Voice of the Child report is not an assessment nor does it contain recommendations. It is a cost-effective means to have the child’s views and preferences considered.

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Parenting Plan Assessments

Parenting Plan Assessments, also known as Custody & Access assessments or Section 30 reports of the Children’s Law Reform Act, may be voluntary on consent of the parties, or Court-Ordered.

These assessments can be helpful for parents who are unable to come to agreement around parenting time and decision-making.

Parenting Plan Assessments include meetings with the parents and other relevant individuals, the children if age-appropriate, observation visits, and interviews with collateral supports.

A report is provided which includes a thorough assessment of the situation, recommendations around parenting time, decision-making responsibility, as well as clinical recommendations for the parents and/or children, in order to address identified issues and concerns.

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Child Model

Co-Parenting Facilitation/Coaching

Co-parenting facilitation or coaching, is offered to those parents who wish for a collaborative partnership  between one another.  Co-Parenting Facilitation/Coaching is not couples counselling.  The focus is on placing the children first, despite the stress and tension which may be present during the separation process or post-divorce. 

Co-parenting coaching can assist with the strained communication between parents.  Individual meetings may be held with the children as well as the parents/guardians.  Joint sessions between the adults and family sessions may also be held.


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Mediation for Parenting Plans

Mediation is an alternative dispute resolution method to allow separating couples come to agreement out of Court.

Mediation is a voluntary process in which the parents negotiate a Parenting Plan Agreement together.  Negotiarions are facilitated by the mediator.  A written Parenting Plan is then provided to the parents.


Mediators to do not offer advice, nor do they make final decisions, but rather offer support and facilitation of communication in order to come to agreement on the various issues in question.  

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