I’m pleased to say that this article recently appeared in The BC Psychologist, Spring 2018. The purpose of this article is to invite B.C. psychologists to explore and get involved in the rapidly evolving domain of Integrated Divorce Services. This term refers to the many ways in which psychologists, legal professionals, and financial professionals are now […]
As we consider Valentine’s Day this year, perhaps it is a good time to think about love and relationships in general and not just our current relationship. In our culture it seems we are often tempted to think of relationships that were ended by choice, sometime in the past, as having somehow failed because they […]
Some say that January is Divorce Month – but is this really true? Like many things, it all depends on how you look at it. Professionals who offer services related to divorce such as family law lawyers, psychologists, marriage & family therapists and other therapeutic professionals, and those offering financial services related to separation and […]
Collaborative Divorce Coaching; Working Toward A definition and Theoretical Location for the Family Therapist
As a psychologist and licensed marriage and family therapist (AAMFT), I include working as a Collaborative Divorce Coach and a Collaborative Child Specialist in my Practice.
Interdisciplinary teams provide an unparalleled opportunity for peacemaking in families.
Remember that as you go through the process of separation and divorce, you are writing the story of your children’s parents’ divorce.
Once basic financial needs are met, the greatest social risk to children is prolonged conflict between their parents.
Collaborative Separation and Divorce is a process that brings the best of legal, personal and financial wisdom to the process of separation and divorce in a humane and cost-effective fashion.
In general we think of having good financial resources as a strength for a family. Unfortunately, in the area of separation and divorce, these assets can be a liability.