Service Descriptions

Couples' Therapy

Couples at the Brink of Divorce: Marriage is a journey. Dr. Rita has co-authored The 7 Stages of Marriage [ Passion, Realization, Rebellion, Cooperation, Explosion, Reunion, and Completion]. Dr. Rita has worked with couples at every stage, who've considered divorce. 

Couples' Therapy

Couples at the Brink of Divorce: Marriage is a journey. Dr. Rita has co-authored The 7 Stages of Marriage [ Passion, Realization, Rebellion, Cooperation, Explosion, Reunion, and Completion]. Dr. Rita has worked with couples at every stage, who've considered divorce. 

Family Therapy

Co-Parenting Counseling: We work with couples to address and understand their adversarial feelings toward each other and open up the opportunity to dialogue and potentially negotiate on behalf other their children. We focus on effective communication strategies, as well as, developing collaborative agreements between caretakers and third-party service providers. 

Family Therapy

Co-Parenting Counseling: We work with couples to address and understand their adversarial feelings toward each other and open up the opportunity to dialogue and potentially negotiate on behalf other their children. We focus on effective communication strategies, as well as, developing collaborative agreements between caretakers and third-party service providers. 

Parent-Child Reunification

Reunification is often ordered when there is significant conflict between the parents. Many times it is the first order for visitation after a long period when the custodial parent had control of the child's access to the other parent. Not only is it a time of transition for the child to visit their noncustodial parent, it is a transition for the custodial parent to comply with the Court's visitation expectation. Motivation for change is likely to start in the heart and soul of the noncustodial parent. This can be contagious. With the help of thoughtful court orders, the child and both parents can make the gradual transitions toward success.

Parent-Child Reunification

Reunification is often ordered when there is significant conflict between the parents. Many times it is the first order for visitation after a long period when the custodial parent had control of the child's access to the other parent. Not only is it a time of transition for the child to visit their noncustodial parent, it is a transition for the custodial parent to comply with the Court's visitation expectation. Motivation for change is likely to start in the heart and soul of the noncustodial parent. This can be contagious. With the help of thoughtful court orders, the child and both parents can make the gradual transitions toward success.