Warring former couple Halle Berry and Gabriel Aubry have been urged to get counseling for the good of their young daughter Nahla. It already emerged from their latest court date yesterday that the judge recommended therapy for Nahla.
It was also earlier established that Gabriel has agreed to anger management classes.
And after a largely unproductive day in court yesterday it seems the judge wants the whole family to get some help to work through their issues.
The L.A. County Department of Children and Family Services submitted more than a dozen recommendations to the judge, including mediation, where a third party would help Halle and Gabriel work through how they can raise their child together without arguments.
It has been rumored that Halle was receptive to the idea but Gabriel wasn’t. Halle also expressed a wish to continue with her own individual counseling.
Both parties agreed today to send 3-year-old Nahla to counseling.
But the judge did not make any decision on the fate of the nanny, whom Gabriel wants fired. Nor has the judge agreed Halle’s request to keep Gabriel from Nahla until the child endangerment investigation is completed.
Sources say Gabriel has objected to most of the recommendations and the judge is close to having a full hearing, which would be similar to a trial, so he can legally impose a solution on the estranged parents.