What Are Supervised Visitation Centers

Are Supervised Visitation Centers or Family Visitation Centers Right for Your Situation?

Of course, custodial parents want their children to have a safe and positive relationship with their non-custodial parent. While that would be ideal, in many situations the initial exchange of children from one parent to another is where issues arise as Court Appointed Visitation Monitors are only too aware.

Parents Argue

Children Don’t Understand

Adult problems like divorce, legal separation, domestic violence, and substance abuse unfairly impact the lives of children.

Amicable Parent Exchanges

At times, something that should be simple, like exchanging a child from one parent to the other can get messy. One parent makes what may sound to an observer like a light-hearted comment. The other parent gets a knowing but derisive look on their face and offers an off-color remark. In mere seconds the banter escalates and the child or children witnesses an argument that could have and should have been avoided.

The Primary Goal of a Visitation Center

Family Visitation Center should provide for safe supervised visits and exchanges of children between their estranged parents. The primary goal while in the visitation center’s care should be to make sure children are kept emotionally and physically safe.

Ask Yourself if You Can Honestly Expect to Reach these Additional Goals at a Family Visitation Center You’re Considering:

  • Elevated parenting skills for the non-custodial mother or father.
  • Enhanced parent-child interrelationship.
    Child Blaming Herself for Parents Fighting

    Children Will Blame Themselves for Your Argument.

  • Conflict-free encounter for each person (Including custodial parent during exchange).
  • A safe and protected environment where the child and their parents visit under the direction of a reputable professional.
  • That the child feels psychologically and literally safe during the visitation.
  • Strengthened level of trust between the custodial parent and the non-custodial parent.
  • Decreased friction and animosity between parents.
  • Increased period of time between non-custodial parent and the child in the foreseeable future.
  • Observable Progression towards non-supervised visitations.

So Do Your Due Diligence

Not all Parental Exchange Visitation Centers are the Same. Check their Reviews Online for both San Diego and Riverside Counties.

Right about now you’re wondering, “Why should I have to go through all of this just to visit with my child?”. So let’s take a look at the potential reasons why a judge might require Supervised Visitations.

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