Contempt of court

If one party breaks a court order many times, for instance Not including the other parent in decisions of where the child attends school and what classes he takes, making negative remarks about the other parent (these are all in the court order). What does the judge usually do in instances like this?

The judge can find that person in contempt if the proper motion is filed, and impose sanctions in the form of a fine, if he or she chooses, and may allow for the issues which were unilaterally decided to be revisited.