Jeremy Gaies

Next Generation Divorce

14502 N. Dale Mabry Hwy
Tampa, Florida 33618
United States
Office Phone: 813-325-4721
Member since 2011
Membership Type: IACP

Profession(s)

Mental Health Professional, Psychologist, Mediator

Dr. Gaies is a graduate of Brown University (B.A.) and Rutgers University (Psy.D.), and a licensed psychologist and certified family mediator. He has practiced in Tampa, Florida, for over twenty-five years. Dr. Gaies devotes his practice to peacemaking for families. He is actively involved in two Tampa Bay practice groups: Tampa Bay Academy of Collaborative Professionals and Next Generation Divorce. Dr. Gaies has also served in various roles for the Florida Academy of Collaborative Professionals and on committees for the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (IACP). Dr. Gaies is a founder and trainer with Tampa Bay Collaborative Trainers, providing introductory and advanced collaborative trainings nationwide. Dr. Gaies is also the author or A Clear and Easy Guide to Collaborative Divorce (2018) and the co-author of Mindful Co-parenting: A Child-Friendly Path through Divorce (2014).

Area(s) of Practice: Collaborative Divorce
License(s): Psychologist - PY0004308 Mediator - 12373F

Undergraduate Education

Brown University, 1983

Postgraduate Education

Rutgers University - Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology, 1988

Training Offered

Introductory Interdisciplinary Collaborative Trainings
Advanced Interdisciplinary Collaborative Training - Enrolling the Client
Advanced Interdisciplinary Collaborative Training - The Tough Ones: Collaborative Cases Involving Serious Mental Health, Domestic Violence, or Substance Abuse issue
Advanced Interdisciplinary Collaborative Training - Option Building: What's Different?
Advanced Interdisciplinary Collaborative Training - LGBTQ Relationships: The New Family and Collaborative Practice
Advanced Interdisciplinary Collaborative Training - Collaborative Unscripted: The Role of Creativity in the Process
Understanding the Impact of Divorce on Children and Families
Steering Clear of Negative Impacts of Litigation on Children & Their Families
High-Conflict, Custody, & Co-Parenting: Ethical Challenges and Effective Interventions
A Peaceful Divorce? Bringing Mindfulness to Conflict, Custody, & Co-Parenting
Mindful Co-parenting: An Approach that Benefits the Collaborative Process

Training Conducted

Introductory Interdisciplinary Collaborative Trainings (multiple)
Advanced Interdisciplinary Collaborative Training - Enrolling the Client
Advanced Interdisciplinary Collaborative Training - The Tough Ones: Collaborative Cases Involving Serious Mental Health, Domestic Violence, or Substance Abuse issue
Advanced Interdisciplinary Collaborative Training - Option Building: What's Different?
Advanced Interdisciplinary Collaborative Training - LGBTQ Relationships: The New Family and Collaborative Practice
Advanced Interdisciplinary Collaborative Training - Collaborative Unscripted: The Role of Creativity in the Process
Understanding the Impact of Divorce on Children and Families
Steering Clear of Negative Impacts of Litigation on Children & Their Families
High-Conflict, Custody, & Co-Parenting: Ethical Challenges and Effective Interventions
A Peaceful Divorce? Bringing Mindfulness to Conflict, Custody, & Co-Parenting
Mindful Co-parenting: An Approach that Benefits the Collaborative ProcessHelping Children Cope through Separation and Divorce
Domestic Violence and Collaborative Divorce
Using MHP's to Benefit Family Law Clients
Designing Parenting Plans in Collaborative Cases
Developing Parenting Plans for Children with Developmental Disorders
Mindfulness in Collaborative Divorce
Optimizing the Interdisciplinary Collaborative Team
Problem-Solving and Brainstorming in Collaborative Divorce
Hotspots, Eruptions, and Explosion in Collaborative Team Meetings

Collaborative Training Offered

***Please also see http://tampabaycollaborativetrainers.com for more details:

Introductory Interdisciplinary Collaborative Trainings (Two-day)

Advanced Interdisciplinary Collaborative Training - Enrolling the Client
Advanced Interdisciplinary Collaborative Training - The Tough Ones: Collaborative Cases Involving Serious Mental Health, Domestic Violence, or Substance Abuse issue
Advanced Interdisciplinary Collaborative Training - Option Building: What's Different?
Advanced Interdisciplinary Collaborative Training - LGBTQ Relationships: The New Family and Collaborative Practice
Advanced Interdisciplinary Collaborative Training - Collaborative Unscripted: The Role of Creativity in the Process

Collaborative Training Reference

Linda Solomon, LMFT - linsolomon@sbcglobal.net
Bhakti Cohen, LMFT - bhakti@bhakticohen.com
Tina Tenret, CFP - tenret@provise.com
Robert Merlin, Esq. - rmerlin@merlinlaw.com

TBCT Training Teammates:
Adam Cordover, Esq. - adam@cordoverlaw.com
Kristin DiMeo, CPA - kristin@lsa-cpa.com
David Harper, CPA - dharper@tampaforensic.com
Barbara Kelly, Ph.D - bkelly@bkellyphd.com