Coaches work with one or both spouses in a Collaborative process to provide coaching and expertise in the areas of conflict resolution, decision-making, effective communication skills, problem-solving, emotion regulation, and family relationships. Coaches are often part of the multi-disciplinary Collaborative Team and act as neutral facilitators and communication specialists to resolve conflict in meetings and help the team move forward efficiently.

Coaches are licensed mental health professionals with advanced training in communication, family systems, conflict resolution, mediation. They are also trained in Collaborative Practice and are experienced in working with other members of your Collaborative team (attorneys, financial neutral and other mental health providers) to help your family meet its goals.

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