Licensed Marital and Family Therapist

Masters Degree in Family Relations & Child  Development  with Specialization in Marriage & Family Therapy 


TREY TROTTER, LMFT


 



Licensed Marital & Family Therapist

SUPERVISED VISITATION

"Supervised Visitation" is a service where a third party 

oversees parent/adult and child contact.  The primary focus 

of supervised visitation is to protect the safety of the child(ren) 

and adult participants, as well as to foster appropriate 

child/adult relationships.

Once your case has been ordered/referred, Ms. Trotter will conduct an assessment with both parties during separate "Intake" appointments to discuss the reasons for the supervised or monitored visitation or exchanges, to discuss program policies and guidelines, and to review and complete necessary paperwork.  
Ms. Trotter takes a collaborative approach in working with all professionals, attorneys, counselors, and parties involved.  She also encourages the custodial parent or guardian stay involved by meeting with her in-between sessions to let her know how the minor child(ren) is/are doing outside of the visits, and to keep apprised of the progress of the visits themselves.  She provides court reports upon request as well. 
Note:  Ms. Trotter encourages the attorneys and parties to ask the Court to determine the level of supervision before visits begin.  

LEVELS OF SUPERVISION

LEVEL 1
Basic, Observational 

A trained professional supervisor observes and supervises the visits to protect the health, safety and welfare of the child(ren)

  • On Site Visits
  • Off Site Visits
  • Court order preferred
  • Intake appointment with

    both parties required   

LEVEL 2
Supportive
Supervision 

An experienced professional supervisor is actively involved in promoting behavioral change in child-parent relationships.

  •  Court order required
  •  Intake appointment with

   both parties required

  • On Site Visits only while      isupportive status   

LEVEL 3
Therapeutic and Reconciliation 
Counseling

Reconciliation and therapeutic cases are processed similarly. Ms. Trotter will see each party separately, then the child/children, before child-parent sessions begin. to assess therapeutic readiness and in-between sessions with all parties involved. Reconciliation Therapy has the added goal of re-establishing contact if the parent-child relationship has been interrupted, or to introduce parents to their child(ren) if they have 

never met.

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