While some believe all marriages are made in heaven, during my many years of private practice as a clinical psychologist I’ve all too often seen how painful and hellish breakups can be when conflict causes them to fail.
As a clinician, I know that if given effective strategies, it’s possible for a divorcing couple to put acrimony aside and to do what’s best for themselves and their family.
In my role as mediator, I don’t provide legal advice or psychotherapy. What I do offer is guidance that can lead parting spouses around their hurt, anger, and bitterness – and instead, point them in a new direction as they prepare for separate lives.
And, if for any reason you’re not satisfied with divorce mediation, you can still hire lawyers and go to court.