Rona Hitlin-Mason

425A Carlisle Drive
Herndon, Virginia 20170
United States
Office Phone: 7034377600
Member since 2013
Membership Type: IACP


Mental Health Professional

Family change is difficult. You want a Collaborative Divorce Coach who recognizes that the most important factor in the equation is YOU. That you are a unique individual, with specific challenges that are deeply personal and profoundly important. You’re not a client, not a case; you’re a human being going through a very difficult time. That’s exactly how I welcome you to my practice - with dignity and compassion. I want to learn about your unique needs, your unique family needs and to help you journey through this process in as healthy a way as possible.

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

Professional Activities

Member: Collaborative Professionals of Northern Virginia; Virginia Collaborative Professionals, Loudoun/Western Fairfax Collaborative Professionals; Northern Virginia Licensed Professional Counselor Association, American Counseling Association

Undergraduate Education

Brooklyn College, CUNY, New York, B.A., Psychology, cum laude, 1968

Postgraduate Education

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Virginia, Post Master's Certificate in Marriage and Family Therapy, 2000
George Mason University, Virginia, M.Ed., Counseling and Development, 1996
Georgetown University, Washington, D.C., M.S., Accounting, 1977
Certified Practitioner, Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, 1992

Professional Education

Collaborative Divorce Coach
Certified Discernment Counselor
Certified Practitioner, Myers-Briggs Type Indicator,


I have worked with individuals, couples and families around the issue of divorce for over 20 years; supporting people through the decision-making process, through the emotional turmoil of the divorce journey and through post-divorce adjustment. I am aware of the impact this family change has on all members of the family. I believe that the Collaborative Divorce process is the best means by which all family members have the opportunity to come through the process as healthy and connected as possible. I’d be honored to help you get to where you want to be. Visit my website or call me at (703) 437-7600 to learn more, ask a question or to request an appointment.