The team at REBOUND MENTAL HEALTH is comprised of qualified, expertly trained and passionate professionals who have joined together to provide excellent care to individuals and families. We are committed to those who seek to adjust, overcome, or understand their unique life circumstances. RMH strives to implement the best standards of care so clients can achieve their goals and enjoy safe and enriching relationships. Facing personal challenges and crisis alone is daunting. Our team is committed to establishing therapeutic relationships that support positive change and achievement of goals.
Reconciliation therapy is a therapeutic process designed to repair relationships between parents and children to restore not only physical contact but meaningful social, emo- tional, and interpersonal exchanges between parents and children.
For families in need of reconciliation, the situations responsible for the severed parent/child relationship may include the following:
- Mental Illness
- Substance Abuse
- Military or Occupation
- Stranger Abduction
- Failure of Parent to Facilitate a Bond or Attachment to the Child
- Inappropriate or Severe Parenting Strategies
- Inability to Negotiate Cultural & Value Differences
- High Conflict or Divorcing Families
- Interference by One or Both
Therapeutic Supervised Visitation
Therapeutic Supervised Visitation enables an ongoing relationship between the non-custodial parent and their child by facilitating and observing their contact in a safe and structured environment. Therapeutic supervised visitation gives parents the opportunity to learn and use appropriate parenting skills with the help of a mental health professional.
Often high conflict families who have a history of violence or abuse, and parents with a history of poor parenting skills require the use of therapeutic supervised visitation programs. Rebound is proud to offer this service to establishing healthy contact infamilies.
Supervised Visitation allows parents to maintain contact with their children in a community setting. The family members are accompanied by a designated supervisor who may hold a parent accountable for their behavior by ensuring that the parent follows the program policies and procedures, the court order, and the signed service agreement.
Visitation notes are written at the conclusion of each visit court reports are written when requested in writing to RMH. An attorney’s written request must be submitted two weeks prior to the court date.
Thank you for making it possible for us to see each other. I cherish each moment. Rebound has been such a positive experience for us.
Thank you! The girls were able to talk to you and are beginning to trust you.