In families where there is pending divorce litigation, and/or contention regarding therapy, Jennifer's current policy requires both parents consent in writing, or that she be appointed to be your child's therapist in a court order, divorce decree, mediated settlement agreement, or other binding court document.


Parent Coordination and Parent Facilitation

Jennifer accepts a limited number of parent coordination and parent facilitation cases. Please have your attorney contact her prior to naming her in a court order to ensure she is available.

"Parenting Coordination is a child-focused alternative dispute resolution process in which a trained mental health or legal professional with mediation training and expertise assists high conflict parents to implement their parenting plan by facilitating the resolution of their disputes in a timely manner, educating parents about children's needs..."

From Guidelines for Parenting Coordination of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts. (link)



    The New Model for Divorce -  
Texas’ Collaborative Team Model Offers a Constructive, Respectful Approach (link)
  Additional External Resources  
CoParenting Texas - Referrals and Resources for Families in Transition (link) (link) (link)
International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (link)
North Texas Families in Transition (link)
The Collaborative Law Institute of Texas (link)