For parents with shared decision-making and/or access:
- Initial intake forms are forwarded to both parents and/or their respective attorneys. Both parents complete their respective set of intake forms, sign them, and submit them to email@example.com or submit them by mail. Completed and signed Authorizations for Release of Information for all participating minor children and for both parents, whether both parents are participating in the Family Workshop or not, are required.
- Upon review of the initial intake forms by the clinical team, which takes approximately 48 hours, brief orientation/informational calls are set up with each parent. A 25% deposit is due in order to reserve the date of a Family Workshop.
- Once the orientation calls have been completed, final intake forms are forwarded to both parents and/or their respective attorneys. Both parents, whether both parents are participating in a Family Workshop or not, are required to complete, sign, and submit the final intake forms to firstname.lastname@example.org or to submit them by mail. All relevant documents including, but not limited to, forensic evaluations, Court Orders, GAL reports, Parenting Coordinator reports, a copy of the MSA, and the most recent access/parenting time schedule are required to be submitted at this time. These documents may be submitted by the parents, their respective attorneys, or by judicial representative if directed by the Court.
- Once the clinical team reviews the final intake forms and all relevant documents, the administrative team will arrange comprehensive clinical calls between each parent with two members of our clinical team. These calls take approximately forty-five to ninety minutes to complete.
- Once the clinical team has completed the clinical calls, a family-specific treatment plan is formulated for the family. Treatment plans are dynamic and may be adjusted during the Family Workshop in accordance with the needs of the participating family. The clinical team requires approximately seven days to formulate the treatment plan.
- Final payment is due ten days prior to the Family Workshop. The administrative team will be in contact with the parent/parents participating in the Family Workshop to assist them with logistics such as accommodations, culinary preferences, hobbies, interests, recreational activities, and any assistance the family requires.
- Upon agreement of both parents absent a Court Order, the administrative team arranges informational calls approximately seven days prior to the commencement of the Family Workshop with each child and two members of our clinical team to answer any questions or address any concerns he/she may have regarding what his/her experience may look like at the Family Workshop.