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If the mother is not helping or assisting with contact but rather being obstructive etc, then you would need to make a new application to the court to amend and vary the existing curt order.
You would do this by applying to the court using the form C100.
Advice the mother that unless she stops being deliberately obstructive, then this will be the course of action that you will take.
The decisions are up to the individual judge. Leaving it to the child to be honest is the best way, the child cannot be forced to see you even if the court say otherwise, the child can simply refuse to see you that is their choice.