Parenting Facilitator, Plano, Allen, Frisco, McKinney, Richardson

Miles Morrison is a parenting facilitator who specializes in high-conflict divorce, forensic social work, parenting coordination, family separation, co-parenting, court-ordered parenting facilitation.

His practice serves Plano, Frisco, Richardson, McKinney, Allen and the surrounding areas. Contact Miles I. Morrison when you need a parent facilitator, co-parenting facilitator, parenting coordinator, parent coordinator services to do what's best for kids.

Parenting Facilitation | Court Ordered Parenting Coordination

Court-Ordered Parenting Coordination and Parenting Facilitation Services

Miles I. Morrison, LCSW, CMFSW, SAP is a Texas-qualified parenting facilitator, parenting coordinator, dispute mediator and forensic social worker. He accepts court-ordered cases involving divorced or divorcing parents in high conflict.

Parenting facilitators assist parents to establish and maintain a healthy co-parenting relationship by reducing parental conflict and the risk factors that influence a child’s post-divorce adjustment. The overall emphasis is to offer children the opportunity to grow in a home environment free from the devastating stress of being caught in the middle of parental conflict.

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More than one million children each year are affected by divorce and family separation. Half of these children will be raised in families where parents remain in conflict. Many of these parents engage in ongoing litigation over their children for years.

Children raised in an atmosphere of unrelenting conflict are four to five times as likely to grow up with serious emotional and behavioral difficulties. Not only are high-conflict cases damaging to innocent children, they require an inordinate amount of court time and mental health services.

Consequently, high-conflict divorces pose grave concerns for mental health and legal professionals. In order to minimize the adverse effects of divorce on children and families, many parents are encouraged or court-ordered to work with a parenting facilitator.

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