How to stop our child's therapist ?

Sandrine - posted on 05/22/2013 ( 2 moms have responded )

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My husband wanted to force me to continue with our child's therapist...I do not think she is the right one anymore for various reasons. I won at the court, ( divorce) his request was denied but he continues to bring our child. I sent a release of authorization to stop and the therapist does not have anymore my agreement to see our child. My husband uses another interpretation of the law and said our child can go at a medical appointment during his custody time! The divorce will end soon but we have joint custody so he does not have the right to see any specialist without my agreement. I wrote to the california agency for therapists and will file a complaint against that therapist. What else can I do? Thank you!

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Sandrine - posted on 05/22/2013

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Thank you for your answer Michelle. Agree with you the best is to end the divorce ASAP after 3 years! that's the point to help our daughter, just 5 years old. My husband had slowed down intentionally and constantly the process of that divorce to show at the court he had created a bond ( forced) with our child.
Except, she was born in France, we got married in France, husband american asked me to come here and had initiated a divorce 1 year later. I need it some time to see, to understand and digest I can say he made a false marriage just to have us here and used me as a surrogate woman, it does not exist in my country and not allow by the law! I also affirm today he wants her 100% and separated her from me. He had a lot of help by the 1st therapist and the last one obviously is helping him too to have the custody of our daughter. I hope it's enough clear for you. I will not let that happen, I love my daughter and I do not have 20 years. I wanted that family and loved my husband. It's a very ugly situation with professionals with no ethical.

Michelle - posted on 05/22/2013

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I read this and because I don't know why your child is seeing specialist my first thought was: Is this really an important issue to argue over? I'm sorry but without knowing why you oppose this we really can't say either way. It's also a question of why your child needs a therapist and if it's still needed.

Just because you want to uphold every letter of the divorce for your side just remember that if he needs specialist care when you have him then you have to give the same courtesy to his Father. Is it worth fighting every single letter of this or can you try and relax a bit?
I am divorced but have done everything out of the courts so don't understand all this fighting that parents do. The whole point is to look after the children and do what's best for them, not your own agenda and to nit pick everything the other parent does.

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