- Depression / Anxiety / Stress Management
- Pre-Marital / Marital Discord / Marital Dissolution
- Discernment Counseling
- Parenting Support
- Relationship Changes
- Work / Career / Life Adjustment Changes
- Personal, Professional, Divorce Coaching
- High School to College Transition
- Chronic Health Issues
- Elder Care
- Grief / Bereavement
- Enhanced Communication Skills
- Conflict Resolution
- Family / Divorce Mediation
- Canine Assisted Therapy
I work with a wide range of emotional and behavioral issues, providing services that span from therapy for depression and grief counseling to health-related problems, goal achievement and beyond. In a comfortable and supportive atmosphere, I offer a highly personalized approach tailored to each of my clients' individual needs, helping them attain their desired personal growth.
Divorce Mediation Solutions
In my mediation practice, Gainesville Family Mediation (d/b/a Divorce Mediation Solutions) divorcing and separating parties receive the benefit of myself and my business partner Pam Schneider's mediation expertise as a well established Family Attorney. Both of us are collaboratively trained Florida Supreme Court Certified Family Mediators. As a mental health provider, I offer skills to help devise a parenting plan as well as to manage any emotional hurdles. As an expert family attorney, Pam's skills assist clients in understanding the law as well as deciphering the legaleze.
Collaborative Divorce is essentially divorce without war. It is a process to help couples stay out of court, work out a mutually agreed upon Parenting Plan (if there are minor children), and restructure their family with dignity and respect for one another. A Collaborative Divorce Team consists of the divorcing couple, each having their own Collaboratively trained attorney, a mental health professional who acts as coach to both spouses, manages the emotional roller coaster, and can expertly assist the parents in devising a Parenting Plan (if there are minor children), and a financial neutral who assists the couple in the equitable distribution of assets.