Divorce can damage a parent-child relationship. Decisions made and behaviors exhibited during and after the split sometimes creates a chasm of trust and disconnection that can be hard to overcome. Reunification counseling has emerged as a means of focusing therapy and effort into bridging these gaps and healing the family.
Join us for an engaging discussion with Angeline Schuller from New Vista Behavioral Health about reunification counseling and its role in rebuilding families.
Also joining the conversation are Laura Bare from Embark Collaborations, Lynda LeBlanc from LeBlanc & Mulholland, LLC, and Olga Stambler from Hurst, Robin & Kay, LLC.
Angela Schuller, MSW, LCSW is an Independently Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the State of Indiana, working with New Vista Behavioral Health in Merrillville, Indiana. With a background helping parents reunify with children removed by the Indiana Department of Child Services, treating suicidal adolescents, and working with families affected by separation and divorce, Ms. Schuller is considered to be an expert in Reunification and Co-Parenting Counseling.
Angela received her Master of Social Work from Aurora University in 2015. She is a Court Involved Therapist, Guardian Ad Litem, Parenting Coordinator, Domestic Relations Mediator and an active member of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts (AFCC).
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