Tina Chase

Collaborative Practice Sonoma

240 Tamal Vista Boulevard, Suite 270
Corte Madera, California 94925
United States
Office Phone: 415-383-5122
Member since 2008
Membership Type: IACP

Profession(s)

Mental Health Professional

Tina Chase, MS, MFT, is a licensed Marriage and Family therapist in Corte Madera, CA, who has been in private practice for over 35+ years. Her practice includes individual psychotherapy with adults and children, couples therapy, families in high-conflict divorce, families with refuse/resist dynamic, and co-parenting counseling. Her breadth of experience in helping families deal with the consequences of divorce include counseling divorcing or divorced parents on more effective ways of co-parenting.

As a team member involved in the collaborative process, Ms. Chase is excited about helping to facilitate a respectful, thoughtful, cooperative approach to the termination of marriage with the intention of preserving the well-being of the family. It is a natural extension of her years of experience and areas of expertise.

Area(s) of Practice: Divorce Coach
License(s): California State license in Marriage and Family Therapy; New York State license in Marriage and Family Therapy (inactive)

Professional Activities

~Current Director, Board Member, (since 2014), Collaborative Practice Sonoma (formerly CCRE), Santa Rosa, CA. ~Founding Director, Board Member, (2008-2010), Collaborative Divorce Association of the Capital District, Albany, NY. ~President, (2000-2003), Executive Board Member (1994-1997), Marin Chapter of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists. ~Member, California Association for Marriage and Family Therapists

Undergraduate Education

San Francisco State University, 1978, BA in Psychology

Postgraduate Education

San Francisco State University, 1982, MS in Counseling
Marin Psychotherapy Institute, 1982-1984, Post-Graduate Training
Psychoanalytic Institute of Northern California, 1990-1991

Professional Education

Community Institute for Psychotherapy, Clinical Supervisor, 1990-2005

Comments

The process of divorce is can be a painful and difficult time for a couple who has reached this life-changing decision. The collaborative divorce process offers the couple a cooperative, respectful, honest and transparent way to minimize what can be an adversarial process and, most importantly maximize and even strengthen the well-being of the family and their co-parenting relationship.