Supervised Child Visits is the community and child advocate arm of Growth Motivator Enterprises, Inc. a for-profit company interested in the welfare of children and the rights of parents. We also provide professional trainings, conferences, webinars, teen life skills/one on one coaching, anger management tools, as well as community resources for those in need of social services.
Welcome to Supervised Child Visits, a Family Law Service of Growth Motivator Enterprises, Inc.
Interested in becoming a Professional Supervised Visitation Monitor? The “Effective Supervised Visitation Monitor” training is in compliance with Family Code 3200.5 and AB 1674. This professional Family Law career may be the perfect fit for you.
Our goal is to provide children the opportunity to visit with their parent or significant family member in a safe, neutral, and stable environment.
Who matters most in the family? Children. They are our future. Every child deserves two participating parents, who will commit to, and ensure that, they don’t see or feel pain, on any level. Children deserve parents who will commit to exhibiting healthy messages that support their ‘emotional’ well-being.
We strive to offer a service that meets your needs. Are you looking for a professional child visitation monitor who is concerned about the welfare of your child(dren)? A caring and diligent individual? Want a monitor who will ensure that your child(ren) have safe and enjoyable visits, stress free? We value the safety of children and believe it is our duty to offer a private service of integrity, ethics and professionalism.
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What is a Professional Supervised Visitation Monitor?
A trained, neutral third-person paid to supervise the contact between a visiting parent and their child(ren). Visitation Monitors ensure safety and security of child-parent interactions while … Read More
What is Supervised Visitation Monitoring?
Supervised visitation allows parents in high conflict or high risk situations access to their children in a safe and supervised environment. The non-custodial parent that has access to the child does … Read More
How Does a Monitored Supervised Visitation Work?
The Courts often order a parent on monitored visitation. There are three types of monitored visitations:Professional, Non-professional and Therapeutic. Parents are given a Court Order for … Read More