Thu, 31 Mar



Supervised Contact Webinar

Aimed at professionals who are interested in expanding their knowledge regarding the fine print of supervised contact in high conflict family environments.

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Supervised Contact Webinar

Time & Location

31 Mar, 18:00 – 20:00 SAST


About the event

Supervised contact protocol is set in place on a case-to-case basis, depending on safety risks involved (low, medium or high).  In matters where malicious intentions are experienced by a parent, supervised contact can be set in place as a safety measure, until a forensic court investigation would be concluded.

Supervised contact programs are quite simple to navigate and we focus on foundational steps that provide emotional and physical security for the whole family, to progress to a positive contact regime and more specifically amidst separation and divorce proceedings.

Counselling for parents as well as age-appropriate therapy for minor children, are essential during the supervised contact programme.  We provide parent guidance (where mandated) to supervised parents, to equip them in their capacity to improve.

Throughout our programs we compile professional feedback to Courts and clinical observations to expert teams, assisting with guidance and ensuring that the fragile family unit meets short and long term goals relating to parental rights and responsibilities.

At our on-site facility based in Durbanville, Cape Town, we offer a welcoming environment for children.  As an alternative, residential supervised contact can be Court ordered to be exercised at the supervised parent's home, to provide the child the opportunity to experience a sense of belonging at both parental residences.

Neritha Klue is a specialist Supervised Contact service provider and aims for excellence in service to each and every family in our programs. During this webinar, our Host Neritha Klue will educate and inform the audience about supervised contact in a South African context.

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