Communications protocols and procedures – Clients: Access to the process, communication with coparent, communication with others – PC: contact with parents; children; professionals - attorneys, therapists (parents,children), others - significant others, coaches, teachers
Access to information – Previous (health, MH) - parents and children – Current – Substance abuse, medication – Collaborative teams of professionals confidentiality
Facilitation of agreements – Is it mediation? Methods of generating agreements (dispute resolution in the PC process) – Working with parenting plan - structure, defaults, eliminating gray areas
Arbitration/decision-making – Shifting to decision-making - demarcation – Rules of Arbitration – Scope, expertise, evaluation, use of 3rd parties
Documentation Within the process, in relation to the court Confidentiality, use in court Writing orders/recommendations/agreements Writing reports
Case Management – Monitoring and enforcement of parenting plan – Professional teams - referrals, coordination of interventions – Terms, fees
Review of work (decisions and conduct) – Procedures for objections – Relationship of PC process to the court None, de novo, subordinate judicial process that is appealed with a standard of review Grievances - procedures Multiple review bodies for professional conduct – Courts, professional licensing board, professional organization (APA, ABA), civil lawsuit
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