Child Inclusive Practice
Child Inclusive Practice (CIP)
The voice of the child in family separation.
An evidence-based approach designed to hear the voices of children to ensure a child’s emotional needs are maintained post-separation. Child Inclusive Practice is a safe environment facilitated by trained pracitioners. Child Inclusive Practice is available to families with children aged 5-years or older.
The aim of Child Inclusive Practice are to:
- Create an environment that supports disputing parents;
- Facilitate a parenting agreement that preserves relationships;
- Supports a child’s psychological adjustment to the separation;
- Support parents to leave the dispute resolution forum on higher rather than diminished ground with respect to their post-separation parenting;
- Ensure that the ongoing mediation/litigation process and the agreements or decisions reached reflect the basic psycho-developmental needs of each child.
Our Consent Form
Complete our Consent Form in preparation for your consultation.