New Orleans, Louisiana 70115
Profession(s)Mental Health Professional
Acting as a Coach on collabroative teams I experience the collaborative process to be a safe and gentle path for individuals to explore and discover their answers to difficult questions and issues during the divorce process. I searched for many years to find a way to use this type of collaborative approach in divorce. The Collaborative Divorce process works in both theory and practice. I view this process as a team of professionals providing a "holding container" for the family to support the couple in the resolution of a marriage. At the same time, the team focus is to preserve the integrity of the individuals for maintaining the relationships of the family going forward. The process is a long-lasting learning experience for all involved in the process of collaboration.
University of Mississippi, BAE, 1971
University of Mississippi, MLS in Library Science, 1973
Delta State University, MEd in Community Counseling, 1992
University of New Orleans, Ph.D. in Community Counseling, 1998