Areas of Practice
Mental Health Professional
Academic and Professional Credentials
Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Columbia University, Fordham University
States admitted to practice: New York
About my Practice
After a lot of thought, you have reached the difficult decision to go your separate ways. You want to do the best for your children, and as some couples add, "with the least amount of damage."
If you don't have children, you may be ready to seek your own lives but want to retain good will.
You need a safe place to talk about the effects of your separation on not just you, but on your extended families and friends—relationships you have both come to know and value.
If you have children, the two of you are connected forever. The long-term impacts on children come as much from how you communicate and interact with each other moving forward as they do from the difficult period of the divorce itself.
It is not only possible, but absolutely achievable to have a truly collaborative divorce! Through this process, you will gain the skills to meet the challenges of co-parenting in the future, and the support to make difficult choices now.
Collaborative divorce coaching gives you the space to put it all on the table, so you can be proactive with thoughtful solutions, and avoid unnecessary spillover of stressors onto yourself and others you love.
Ready to take the first step to find out if this is for you? Call me to arrange for a consultation that can leave you hopeful and even inspired in a challenging time.
Ackerman Institute for the family - graduate of post-grad externship Discernment Counseling Emotionally Focused Therapy EMDR Parent Coordinator Mediator