You need to get the order to attend reunification therapy reversed. Hard to believe a court would order therapy if your son's therapist testified as to the abuse.
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Attorney Fink is correct, try and get the order reversed.
Also, if the Restraining Order expired, and up until April you were stalked, try and obtain another restraining order, which would include your son.
Lastly, if your son must proceed with Reunification Therapy, many, if not most therapist will not participaet in forcing your son to participate. Hopefully, selection of a ReunificationTherapist was left up to you. Interview the Therapist on their approach to a child refusing to be present in the same room. Perhaps your son's therapist can contact the ReunificationTherapist. If your son needs the assistance of his own therapist, perhaps you can get a court order that his therapist be present with him during the Reunification to help him express himself.
Best of luck with a very difficult situation.
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