Mediation For Developing A Parenting Plan

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Traditional Mediation:
In traditional mediation, you and your partner will come and meet with Dr. KKJ for a one day, all day mediation session. This session will be confidential and involve no notes and no court. You will be provided a summary that can be used to develop a separation agreement.

Mediation Sessions:
Mediation with a Twist! Here, you and your partner will meet with Dr. KKJ for several mediation sessions. These sessions are confidential, with no notes and no court. You will be provided a summary that you can be used to develop a separation agreement.

Co-parenting Therapy:
You and your co-parent will meet with Dr. KKJ to develop a parenting plan. These therapy sessions are confidential, but notes are kept, and the sessions may be reimbursable under your out-of-network health care plan. You can stay in this process to work out issues as they arise over time.

Collaborative Divorce, Child Specialist:
These sessions are an educational and mediation process that can help you develop a parenting plan with your Collaborative Divorce attorney.


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Dr. Katrina Kuzyszyn-Jones

At KKJ, we focus on the specific problems that affect your daily life, using well-known, evidence-based techniques. While techniques are important, authenticity, warmth, and empathy are integral for people to flourish in, and outside of, counseling. You are a whole person—mind, body, spirit - with strengths, and weaknesses. Let us help you form a stronger family, decrease stress, enhance your relationships, find meaning in your life, and realize overall greater health and well-being.

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