15 belmont street
I am a psychologist and have been a Collaborative Law divorce coach since 2004. My work brings together the worlds of communication and psychology both in my private practice as a psychologist and as a collaborative coach/facilitator. For over thirty years I have guided couples in methods that improve dialogue, helping them to emphasize behaviors that create pathways to understanding, respect for differences, and resolution of conflicts.
As a parenting adviser, I offer specific suggestions and tools to increase effective co-parenting that fosters healthy communication after divorce.
Professional Memberships: Massachusetts Collaborative Law Council- Board Member; International Academy of Collaborative Professionals; Massachusetts Psychological Association
Publications: co-author "Preparing, Designing and Leading Workshops: A Humanistic Approach"; co-creator of the Collaborative Divorce Video Series: 4 hours of Collaborative Meetings, 9 Video Episodes on DVDs; "Active Listening: Keys to Productive Negotiation: Collaborative Law Training"; co-author: "Whose Wedding Is It Anyway?: Preparing Yourself Emotionally for Your Adult Child's Wedding"; chapter: "The Coach's First Meeting With Individual Clients: Collaborative Law Practice and Procedures, 2014.
I have designed and given basic and advanced Interdisciplinary Collaborative Law trainings throughout the United States, Canada and Europe.
Collaborative Law Divorce Coach; Parenting and Co-Parenting Adviser; Coaching to Resolve Co- Parenting Challenges; Post-Divorce Planning; Mediation Coaching; Couple and Individual Psychotherapy; Consultant to Collaborative Professionals; International Collaborative Law Trainer.