• Psychotherapy

    “The principle aim of psychotherapy is not to transport one to an impossible state of happiness, but to help the…

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  • Hypnotherapy

    “Hypnosis puts a person in a trance-like state so that they are more receptive to new suggestion, and better able to….

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  • Collaborative Divorce

    “The real and lasting victories are those of peace, and not of war.”
    —Ralph Waldo Emerson

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  • Mediation

    “There never was a good war or a bad peace.”
    — Benjamin Franklin

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  • Co-Parenting

    “You don’t really understand human nature unless you know why a child on a merry-go-round will wave at….

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Recommended Books


-Gaies, J.S. & Morris, J.B., (2014). Mindful co-parenting: A child friendly path through divorce. Library of Congress.

-Ricci, I., (1997). Mom’s house, dad’s house: A complete guide for parents who are separated, divorced, or remarried.  New York: NY: Simon and Shuster.

-Ricci, I., (2006). Mom’s house, dad’s house: For kids. New York: NY: Simon and Shuster.

-Tesler, P., & Thompson, P. (2006). Collaborative divorce: The revolutionary new way to restructure your family, resolves legal issues, and move on with your life. New York, NY: Regan Books.

-Webb, S., & Ousky, R. (2006). The collaborative way to divorce: The revolutionary method that results in less stress, lower costs, and happier kids—without going to court. New York, NY: Hudson Street Press.

Additional Recommended Articles:

-Ahrons, C. R. (2007a). Family ties after divorce: Long-term implications for children. Family Process, 46(1), 53-65.

-Ahrons, C. R. (2007b). Introduction to the special issue on divorce and its aftermath. Family Process, 46(1), 3-6. Retrieved from Research Library.

-Gamache, S.  (2005) Collaborative Practice:  A New Opportunity to Address Children’s Best Interest in Divorce.

-Kelly, J., & Emery, R. (2003). Children’s adjustment following divorce: Risk and resilience perspectives. Family Relations, 52(4), 352-362.