20 Longmeadow Road
psychologist, Collaborative Law Coach,
When a couple decides that their marriage has come to an end, Collaborative Law offers a divorce process in an open and respectful atmosphere in which clients, attorneys, and other professionals work together with the clients to develop a divorce agreement that addresses the needs, interests, and goals of both parties and their families.
As an integral part of this team, I serve as a Collaborative Law Coach and neutral facilitator who works to understand emotional concerns, share important information with attorneys, and offer communication strategies to clients and to members of the professional team. With extensive Collaborative Law training I am able to bring unique perspectives and expertise to the collaborative process. With more than 12 years experience serving on Collaborative Law cases, I continue to participate in ongoing advanced training and teach multiple workshops across the country for Collaborative Law professionals.
Psy.D., Rutgers University Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology; B.A., Smith College; Ongoing advanced trainings in Collaborative Law and Mediation from 2006 to present.
Professional Memberships: Massachusetts Collaborative Law Council (board member); International Academy of Collaborative Professionals; American Psychological Association; Massachusetts Psychological Association; National Register of Health Service Providers; Massachusetts Council on Family Mediation
Collaborative Law Coaching; Mediation; Clinical Psychologist with services to children and adults, couples, and groups.