Linda Solomon

28 Woodland Aster Way
Asheville, North Carolina 28804
United States
Office Phone: 214-361-8771
Member since 2004
Membership Type: Emeritus (non-practicing)

Profession(s)

Mental Health Professional
Area(s) of Practice: Divorce Coach
License(s): Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist ~Licensed Professional Counselor ~

Professional Activities

IACP Board Member ~IACP Executive Committee Member ~Collaborative Law Institute of Texas Board Member ~Chair, Mentor Committee, Collaborative Law Institute of Texas ~CLI-TX MHP Protocols Committee, Member ~

Undergraduate Education

B.S., Elementary Education (Psychology); State University College at Oswego, New York; 1973



Postgraduate Education

M.S., Counseling; East Texas State University, Commerce, Texas; 1980

Comments

Linda Solomon has been in private practice as a Marriage & Family Therapist for 24 years in Texas. She became involved with collaborative practice in early 2004 and, since that time, it has become the primary focus of her professional time. She helped to develop the Neutral Mental Health Professional Model in Texas and currently trains other Mental Health Professionals in this model and coaching skills in the process.
Training Offered

Two-day interdisciplinary training, as member of Lone Star Training Team
Role of the Neutral Coach in Collaborative Process
Skills for Coaches
Emotions in the Negotiation Process
Exploring the Value of Teams in Collaborative Work

Training Conducted

I have working with Lone Star Training Team presenting our two-day interdisciplinary training on Neutral Coach Model in various locations. I also present training on my own which gives an overview of Neutral Coach Model. In addition, I offer skills-based training for coaches in a 1, 2 or 3-day format. Lastly, I have facilitated a day of discussion amongst professionals to help them 'jump start' team work that involves how to come together and work together effectively as team members.

Collaborative Training Offered

Interdisciplinary Training (Lone Star Training Team): 2005 - present

The Role of the Neutral Mental Health Professional: 2010 - present

Advanced Topics such as False Harmony, Learning How "I" Impact Collaborative Clients and Colleagues, Emotions and The Negotiation Process 2010 - present

Collaborative Training Reference

Sherri Goren Slovin, Cincinnatti, OH
Victoria Smith, Toronto, Ontario
Ky Koch, Sarasota, FL
Suzanne Brunsting, Rochester, NY
Kris Algert, Austin, TX
Carl Michael Rossi, Chicago, IL