Child Specialist FAQs
Our son already has a therapist. Why do we need a child specialist? He already has one.
- hearing the child’s perspective;
- helping the child to express his worries, fears, needs and desires to his parents;
- removing potential loyalty alliances the child may be experiencing when family restructuring occurs.
The Child Specialist also provides information to the parents and the Collaborative Team so that parents can make child-centered decisions while the family takes on a new form.
I talk to my children all of the time, we have great communication. Why would we need a child specialist if we already talk?
To schedule a confidential consultation and learn more, contact a professional with Collaborative Law Professionals of Southeastern Pennsylvania.