Ann Kreindler-Siegel

1191 Hampton Gardens Lane
CHARLOTTE, North Carolina 28209
United States
Office Phone: 704-365-7777 x 315
Member since 2013
Membership Type: IACP

Profession(s)

Mental Health Professional, Psychologist

I have been a psychotherapist in private practice for over thirty years and have worked with many families, teenagers from divorced families, divorcing couples and individuals going through the divorce process. I am now trained as a Collaborative Divorce Coach and work with individuals going through, or about to go through the collaborative process. In my coaching, I use a present to future approach, whereas in my therapy practice I use an approach that focuses on healing the past, so that it no longer impacts the present.
I am also trained in Somatic Experiencing work, which is my primary mode of coaching and/or therapy. Somatic Experiencing helps people to settle their nervous system and calm anxieties that they expeience. The overall sense of balance, calm, and presence are the goals coupled with future visioning work to look into and create the future that is desired.

Area(s) of Practice: Mental Health Practitioner in Collaborative Family Law
License(s): LCSW License 1984 to present

Professional Activities

National Association of Social Workers International Association of Collaborative Professionals International Coaching Federation OD on the Edge

Undergraduate Education

BSW Albany State University 1982

Postgraduate Education

MSW & MAEd Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri 1984.

Somatic Experiencing Certification 2006

Collaborative Divorce Certification 2013

Executive Coaching Certification Queens University, Charlotte, NC 2013.