Thank you for your response.
If the mother is violating an order still that has never been superseded by the final order, then you can go back and file a contempt over the other order. The problem you have is the timeliness of the filing and the other party can argue and the court can find that because you did not file the contempt motion when she engaged this therapist you tacitly agreed, so you are going to have to have an argument to overcome that claim as to why you did not file for contempt at that time, which can be that she is now on the third therapist that you do not agree to and you were never given the opportunity to decide on a therapist.
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