Studies show it is important for children to have both parents actively involved in their lives. However, sometimes a parent-child relationship may be damaged due to trauma, divorce, alienation, etc.
The goal of reintegration counselling is to repair the relationship between a parent and their child(ren) when it has become disconnected. Reintegration / reconciliation counselling is appropriate when a parent has been alienated from their child(ren)’s lives, a child is resisting a relationship or has a problem with one parent or when a child is refusing to have contact with one parent.
The therapeutic process works collaboratively with all families (including both parents) in order to re-establish a healthy parent-child relationship.