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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Katrina Kuzyszyn-Jones

My interest in forensic psychology derives from my desire to ensure that people are treated justly and that everyone has the same opportunities. To me, justice emphasizes logic and weighing principles to determine moral rights and responsibilities. It also includes care reasoning which involves empathy and compassion; the ability to put yourself in someone else’s shoes. I want to know that my work and expertise is helping make a positive difference in the world. Not many practitioners feel comfortable working within the legal system; therefore, I have brought together clinicians, and partner with other professionals, who provide people with opportunities for respectful conflict resolution.