Betsy Ross, LICSW, CGP
48 Revere Street
101 Arch Street
I am trained as a collaborative coach, mediator, certified group psychotherapist, and clinical psychotherapist. Psya D. expected 2022 Boston Graduate School of Psychoanalysis, MSW received from Fordham University Graduate School of Social Work. Certified Group Psychotherapist
My expertise in collaborative divorce and transition coaching, mediation, couples/family therapy, and group dynamics helps me to assist clients in emotionally managing and supporting the complex decision making (around financial, parenting and other family issues) which are always a part of any divorce process. I help clients successfully transition from spouses to exes to business partners in co-parenting healthy and happy children.
Clients can learn to: establish a productive co-parenting relationship, improve problem solving skills, prepare to return to work, learn to parent solo, create community for themselves and their families, and plan for a happier life, going forward.
Professional Memberships: Mass Collaborative Law Council, International Academy of Collaborative Professionals, Northeastern Society for Group Psychotherapy, Massachusetts Council of Family Mediators, National Association of Social Workers, "The Art of Holding More Effective Collaborative Meetings" which appeared in the Collaborative Law Journal in 2008.Frequent blogger on divorce and marriage related issues at The Huffington Post Divorce Blog, The Patch, and at BetsyRossCoaching.com and at DivorceMediationStrategies.com
Collaborative Divorce Coaching, Co-parent Coaching, Divorce Transition Coaching, Post-divorce Planning, Parenting Plan Updates and modifications, Divorce and Co-parent Mediation, Business Coaching.
I help individuals and families to select and move through their divorce process successfully, create realistic parenting plans, decrease conflict, and teach problem solving skills. I assist clients before the divorce, during the divorce, and after the divorce. I work individually as a divorce transition and relationship coach or as part of a collaborative team (with divorcing clients, attorneys, and financial professionals) as a divorce coach. I also work with parents and individuals around co-parenting issues, communication skills, decision making, and stress and time management. I work with clients to address issues such as:Which divorce process will best suit you and your family's needs, back to work readiness, creating a new 'home life' and community for individuals and families, dealing with feelings of isolation, loneliness, worries about the future, dating beyond divorce.I am now offering Ongoing Divorce Support Groups for women.In addition, I teach collaborative divorce coaching at Boston College from time to time. I also work as a divorce Mediator. Collaborative Divorce CoachingMediationGroup PsychotherapyIndividual, couples, family,and child psychotherapy Hourly or by project, Fees for professional consultation arranged on an individual case basis