Kelley A. Baker, PHD, PA
Reunification services are provided in cases where a parent and a child
have not seen each other or had contact for a significant span of time.
The reasons for this vary:
Reunification services which require Dr. Baker to make recommendations for gradual changes to the amount of time the child spends with parent, require a legal order appointing Dr. Baker as such.
Reunification therapy/counseling will only consist of therapeutic sessions between the child and parent. Dr. Baker is not allowed to recommend changes to parenting time when serving as a counselor.
Reunification Services may consist of: