The DMM Supervision program offers families a uniquely comfortable, reassuring, and homelike atmosphere in which a safe, structured, neutral alternative to unsupervised parenting can be provided.
Supervised Parenting Time is the provision and maintenance of a safe, neutral setting in which the contact between a child(ren) and an adult (usually a parent) can be monitored by personnel able to protect the rights of the child(ren).
The DMM Supervised Exchange program is for parties who are not required to have supervision while parenting children, but need to be able to make the exchange without interacting with the other party.
The child is escorted from one parent to the other by a monitor.
In Therapeutic Supervised Parenting Time, a trained therapist is involved in the session/time together.
The therapist is continually assessing for strengths and weaknesses, and ways to build a better, more healthy relationship between the child(ren) and the parent.
The therapist makes therapeutic interventions as needed and schedules individual sessions when appropriate to strive to meet a therapeutic goal.
Helps parent and child to reintegrate.
Allows parent to address relationship issues.
Parent develops improved parenting skills and understanding of child development and needs.
Encourages a healthy relationship between parent and child.
Only licensed counselors provide therapeutic services.
Shared Parenting Center
6443 Inkster Road Suite 290
Bloomfield Township, 48301
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