My child refuses to go to Stable Paths, what are my options?
Where do the participants in your program typically reside?
How much do your workshops cost?
Are the Family workshops residential programs?
How many families do you serve at one time?
Do you report to the Court?
Are you able to speak with our attorney, family therapist, child psychologist, PC, and GAL in our case?
Are Court Orders necessary for our participation in your family workshops?
How do I know if my family is a good fit for participation in the Family Workshops?
If you have had a forensic evaluation of your family conducted by a Court-appointed neutral Evaluator, who made findings as to moderate to severe alienation, your child/children and you may be excellent candidates for participation in our family workshops.
If you have a valid Court Order modifying parental time-sharing to reflect sole-decision making on your part and your child/children resist or reject that reversal, your family may be a good candidate for our family workshops.
If your child/children have been abducted or concealed by a parent or family member then your child and you, after your child has been recovered, are excellent candidates for our family workshops.
If your Parent Coordinator, Family Therapist or Child psychologist, GAL, or Family Law Attorney determines that your child and you are in need of our family workshops, you may be good candidates for our Family Workshops.