The NCPC is dedicated to assisting Mental Health Professionals in providing high quality expertise to their clients by offering the following services.
Parents & Families
The process of divorce may be long, difficult, and both emotionally and financially devastating, but the one thing most parents want to protect, above all else, is their children. With so much at risk – now is the time to seek help so that your children’s best interests can be protected.
Mental Health Professionals
Our experienced, seasoned clinicians are available to provide supervision or case consultation to other mental health professionals on both clinical and forensic cases. Each of our senior clinicians has over twenty years of expertise in their field of specialization and will provide direction and guidance to the clinician on a one-time or ongoing basis.
The NCPC’s Parenting Coordinators have extensive experience in training Parenting Coordination and in the practice of PC. They adhere to national standards of practice and helped develop the ethical guidelines for Parenting Coordination. The NCPC offers mentorship to those who are just entering the practice of Parenting Coordination and to those who want to enhance their skills. Mentorship is offered for individuals or small groups.