Newport News,, Virginia 23606
Profession(s)Mental Health Professional
I am so glad you are interested in exploring a collaborative process as you contemplate your options following your decision to separate/divorce. To seek a collaborative divorce is to move through the process of changing your family dynamic while developing/preserving a positive relationship with your spouse for the sake of healthy coparenting and healthy movement beyond the divorce. I work with many children and families in my office practice, and I assure you that this approach will be much kinder to you and to your children than the alternatives. I welcome your consultation with me!
Professional Activities*Past Clinical Psychology State Association president ~*Current Federal Advocacy Coordinator for State Psych Assn ~*Current Member Group Rep. for CDSVP to Va Collaborative Professionals 2020 Chair, Member Outreach and Retention Committee, Va Collaborative Professionals
University Of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB 1975 to 1976
University of Winnipeg, Winnipeg, MB 1976 to 1979 B.A. (Honours) Psychology
University of Virginia, 1979 to 1984 Ph.D., School/Clinical Child Psychology
University of Manitoba Health Sciences Center, 1983-1984 Clinical Internship