Welcome to Tulsa Counseling Group, where we prioritize the safety and well-being of families through our comprehensive supervised visitation services.
Supervised visitation is a crucial service provided to families navigating complex situations, ensuring a safe and supportive environment for children to maintain connections with their visiting parents. At Tulsa Counseling Group, we understand the importance of these visits and offer a structured and nurturing approach to facilitate positive interactions between children and visiting parents.
Our process begins with an initial intake appointment, which is conducted separately with caregivers and the visiting parent. This intake session, priced at $50.00, serves as an opportunity to discuss our policies, procedures, and ethical guidelines, as well as gather relevant safety information. We understand the unique needs of each family, and whether it's conducted virtually or in-person, our intake process is tailored to ensure safe and enjoyable visits for all parties involved.
The first visit between the child and the visiting parent takes place in our therapy office playrooms, which are thoughtfully designed to accommodate children of all ages. These playrooms provide a comfortable and engaging environment where meaningful interactions can occur under the supervision of our trained professionals.
Following a successful initial office visit, subsequent visits may take place in the community, provided it is deemed safe to do so. Our flexible scheduling options, including evenings and weekends, allow families to find visitation times that suit their needs.
Our fee structure for supervised visitation is transparent and accessible. Visitation sessions are priced at $50.00 per hour, with holiday visitation available at $100.00 per hour. Court reports, communication with court personnel, and extra monitors will incur additional fees.
At Tulsa Counseling Group, we are committed to supporting families through every step of the supervised visitation process. Our compassionate team strives to create a supportive environment where families can foster positive relationships and navigate challenging circumstances with confidence. Contact us today by calling or texting (539) 549-5715 or emailing email@example.com to learn more about our supervised visitation services and how we can assist your family.
Hello, my name is Jerissa and I can’t wait to meet you all! I enjoy reading, cooking, and learning about the ever-changing world.
I am currently in a graduate program pursing Public Administration with a bachelor's degree in Public Health. I have a year-and-a-half of specialized training with working with families. It is my hope to provide the best care while uniting families in the best way possible.
I will provide a no judgement zone to your visits and hope that you will see how beneficial and amazing this program can be to your family! Please do not hesitate to reach out and ask questions.
Hi, my name is Amber! I've lived in Tulsa for the last 5 years, and I have 4 rescue cats. I've spent most of my adult life working in warehouses, but most recently I've worked in security. My hobbies include reading, gaming, swimming, and spending time with my family when I can.
I understand what it's like to grow up being shuffled around and moved between family members. My goal here is to help offer a safe place for children to continue fostering relationships with their parents in a judgement-free area when they may otherwise be unable to do so.
I'm looking forward to meeting everyone!
I grew up in Central Kansas and have lived in Bartlesville for 10 years. I have worked in various forms of law enforcement for over 26 years including: volunteer police, sheriff, local, state, and government security, and at a sexual predator treatment facility. My main experience is security in mental health facilities from working in a State Mental Hospital, an adult mental health maximum security prison, and a juvenile maximum security mental health prison.
I have been in the martial arts for 30 years and have taught since 2010. I am now working towards my Ph.D. in Philosophy of Education with a Focus on Sports Management and Athletics. I have written and published 7 books now, one of which concerns verbal de-escalation tactics and how to talk to people with various disabilities.