Paul Fair

Atlanta Collaborative Divorce Alliance
900 Old Roswell Lakes Parkway
Roswell, Georgia 30076
United States
Office: 404-323-9942
Member since 2004
Membership Type: IACP
Profession(s): Psychologist, Mediator, Mental Health Professional

As a Licensed Psychologist, Divorce Coach and Mediator/Facilitator in an interdisciplinary Collaborative Divorce, I am committed to helping couples dissolve their marital relationship in the healthiest possible way for each partner, their children and their extended families. In developing their Parenting Plans, I want to facilitate parents to create agreements that are in the best interests of their children, as well as, minimize conflict and enhance their ability to co-parent together in the present and future.

Area(s) of Practice: Divorce Coach, Mediation, Other, Trainer
License(s): Licensed Psychologist, GA ~Registered Mediator in GA ~BCIA Board Certified in Biofeedback ~
Professional Activities: DIVORCE COACH ~ ~MEDIATOR/FACILITATOR: Comprehensive Parenting Plans; 1 Coach Model ~ ~COLLABORATIVE TRAINER ~ ~
1966 B.S. in Psychology, Ursinus College, Collegeville, PA

1976 Post Doctoral Fellowship in Biofeedback and Rehabilitation Medicine, Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, GA.
1976 Ph.D. in Psychology, Boston University, Boston, MA.
1969 M.A. in Psychology, Boston University, Boston, MA.
Comments: Dr. Paul Fair is a licensed psychologist, Collaborative Practice Divorce Coach, Collaborative Trainer, and Registered Mediator. He is a member of the Board of Directors of the Collaborative Law Institute of Georgia and a founding member of the Atlanta Collaborative Divorce Alliance and the Cobb Collaborative Divorce Group and Co-Organizer of the Midtown POD of Atlanta. As a therapist, he specializes in anxiety, anger and stress disorders, individual and couples counseling and is BCIA Certified in Biofeedback. Paul has authored several research papers, book chapters and a Relaxation Tape Series in the field of Biofeedback and Stress Management. Paul is the co-author with JacLynn Morris of two books: 'From Me To You: the reluctant writer's guide to powerful personal messages' (Writer's Digest Books, October 2000) and 'I’m Right. You’re Wrong. Now What: How to Break Through Any Relationship Stalemate Without Fighting, Folding or Fleeing' (Sourcebooks, Inc., 2004).