Durham, North Carolina 27713
Profession(s)Mental Health Professional, Psychologist, Mediator
Dr. Tina Lepage was the first psychologist in the Triangle to become fully trained in collaborative divorce, and she continues to be the most highly trained and experienced mental health professional working in Collaborative Divorce in this geographic area. Since 2004 Dr. Lepage has engaged in several hundred hours of training in Collaborative Divorce and mediation, and is an IACP certified trainer. She works with numerous families each year going though this transition. From the very beginning of her career with a B.S. in Child Development & Family Relationships, Dr. Lepage has been focusing on families, and she has extensive experience working with individuals, couples, parents, and children going through divorce. Dr. Lepage completed both her master’s thesis and doctoral dissertation in Clinical Psychology in the area of developing parenting plans, and is an expert in cooperative co-parenting and parallel parenting. Her combined experience in divorce transitions, child development, parenting plans, and conflict resolution make her highly sought out by people going through separation and divorce. A leader in Collaborative Divorce in North Carolina, Dr. Lepage was the Case Manager and Child Specialist on the first Full Team Collaborative Divorce in the Triangle, and is a founding member of Separating Better and of the NC state association of collaborative professionals as well as a member of Separating Together. The psychologists at Lepage Associates all have training and experience in CD to include the Full Team and Referral Models. Each of the other clinicians at Lepage Associates is mentored by Dr. Lepage, receives outside training, and are all skilled at divorce work in their own right. It is not surprising families experiencing the transition of divorce find the assistance at Lepage Associates invaluable. Please visit www.lepageassociates.com for in-depth information on Dr. Lepage and Lepage Associates.
Professional ActivitiesMember of Separating Together Collaborative Divorce Practice Group; Founder & Member of Solutions for Separating Better Collaborative Divorce Practice Group; International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (IACP) - certified trainer; Founder of North Carolina Association of Collaborative Divorce Professionals (NCACDP); North Carolina Psychological Association (NCPA); North Carolina Division of Independent Professional Practice (DIPP); Association of Family and Conciliation Courts (AFCC); American Psychological Association (APA); Entrepreneurs' Organization; Group Practice Roundtable.
Bachelor of Science in Child Development & Family Relationships, 1984
Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (Dissertation: Custody/Parenting Plans), 2000
Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology (Master's Thesis: Custody/Parenting Plans), 1998
Master of Public Administration (Master's Thesis: A cost-benefit analysis of employee assistance programs), 1990