About Ronnie Midgette


Ronnie Midgette is a professional, Trustline certified Supervised Visitation Monitor serving clients in Los Angeles and Orange County. In addition, he has been Life Scan cleared for ten years, and Virtus Compliant for four years. He takes pride in assisting parents in high conflict or high-risk situations to gain access to their children in a safe and supervised environment. He is a member of the Supervised Visitation Network (SVN).


Experience:


Ronnie has worked with children for a number of years. He has worked more than four years as a Group Counselor and a Summer Group Counselor. He worked with disadvantage youth as a Security Manager, where he trained students in the Cadet Program. He has more than ten years of experience as a Correctional Officer working in a jail, prison, and a mental institution for the criminally insane.

Education and Training:

  • University of Irvine, Irvine, California
  • Bachelor of Arts, Philosophy Degree
  • El Camino College
  • Professional Supervised Visitation Provider Training Program
  • Community Emergency Response Team (C.E.R.T.)
  • OSHA for Other Federal Agencies
  • Supervisory Development Program
  • Client Group Specific Mental Illness & Drug Dependency
  • Suicide Awareness and Intervention
  • Aggression Replacement Training
  • Standard/Universal Precautions

Additional Information:


Ronnie fostered to adopt a child from DCFS. Before the adoption was complete, the child’s birth mother would sporadically call and ask for a visit. These visits made Ronnie feel uncomfortable because he did not know what to expect from the visit. Ronnie realized that he had too many ‘what if’ questions, for example what if the birth mother walked away with the child, or what if the birth mother said something hurtful to the child. Ronnie does not want any parent to experience the emotions he went through.


The birth mother had two additional children, and each time Ronnie experienced those same emotions. Although the birth mother never showed up for any visit, it was nonetheless an anxiety provoking experience. Now Ronnie and his wife of twenty-six years have adopted three beautiful children, all born with drugs in their system, and two are considered Special Needs, but to Ronnie and his wife, all three children are angles from heaven.


Ronnie strives to give parents a peace of mind to what matters most . . .