In this episode of New Jersey Divorce Talk Radio , we are discussing the role of the mental health professional in collaborative divorce.
Our guests today are Karen Sampson, Esq. and Dr. Susan Wolf Ph.D.
Karen Sampson, Esq.
Karen Sampson is a Family Law Attorney and Divorce Mediator with a practice in Moorestown NJ which is in Burlington County, NJ. She is focused on Collaborative Divorce and Divorce Mediation. She is a founding member of both South Jersey Collaborative Divorce Professionals (where she served as Past-President) and the New Jersey Council of Collaborative Practice Groups. She currently serves as a Director for the New Jersey Association of Professional Mediators.
Contact: Karen Sampson, Esq.
Address: 505 S Lenola Road, Suite 126, Moorestown, NJ 08057
Susan Wolf, Ph.D.
Susan Wolf, Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist with a practice in Cherry Hill, NJ. Dr. Wolf has many years experience working with both men and women going through separation and divorce. Having witnessed the pain of couples going through the traditional type of divorce, she was happy to learn about collaborative divorce where the couple works together and openly with the the attorneys to reach a settlement Dr. Wolf took the training to become a divorce coach 3 years ago. She is committed to working with couples divorcing so the divorce process leaves in the least amount of emotional scarring as possible for the couple and their children.
Contact: Dr. Susan Wolf, Ph.D.
Address: 1101 N Kings HIghway- Suite 304, Cherry Hill, NJ 08034
IN THIS EPISODE , YOU’LL LEARN:
- How the Mental Health Professional helps in the collaborative divorce process.
- Why a Divorce Coach is recommended.
- The type of confidentiality you can expect with a divorce coach.
- Does a child specialist meet with the children?
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