Rana Glick

Central Counties Collaborative Law Community

215 Bluebird Lane
Port Matilda, Pennsylvania 16870
United States
Office Phone: 814 360 8779
Member since 2012
Membership Type: IACP

Profession(s)

Mental Health Professional, Mediator, Other

it's not what we are but how we are
it's not what we do but how we do it
it's not what we have but how we let go.

As a Process Coach and Collaborative Facilitator, with 30 years of practicing marriage and family therapy, I offer the skills and tools for resilience, recovery and restoration of your life. With a Mindful Co-Parenting approach using the Non-Defensive Communication Model, the opportunity to survive beyond the initial family reformation and transition into a creative, co-mingling and growth inspired path can be available to you and your children.

Area(s) of Practice: Divorce Therapist and Collaborative Coach, Mediator, Co-Parenting Facilitator, Parenting Coordinator
License(s): Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist # MF000008 ~

Professional Activities

. AAMFT CLINICAL FELLOW SINCE 1988 IACP MEMBER SINCE 2012 AFCC SINCE 2019

Undergraduate Education

ST JOSEPHS UNIVERSITY - PHILA, PA 1976

Postgraduate Education

WEST CHESTER UNIVERSITY - WEST CHESTER, PA 1979
HAHNEMANN UNIVERSITY - PHILA, PA 1988

Professional Education

AAMFT required credits since 1988 - Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Divorce Mediation training - 1998/2012
IACP advanced training since 2012 - Collaborative Divorce Coach and Child Specialist
AFCC training 2019 - Parenting Coordinator

Comments

Peacekeeping skills as a systems perspective contributing to global emotional sustainability. My practice benefits from 35 years of full time work with individuals, couples and families. The focus of my work is relationships - how to work them and how to let them go with dignity, integrity and grace. It is my intention as a guide, coach and interpreter to assist clients in identifying and articulating their hopes, fears and goals for the present and future. Managing life circumstances is what I've come to see as our biggest challenge with the transition through divorce and continued parenting being an exceptionally challenging endeavor.