Suggested Interview Questions
- Are you a trained, certified and registered mediator?
- Are you experienced in the area(s) that the mediation will address?
- How much do you charge?
- What is your background? (i.e. attorney, mental health, civil mediation, domestic mediation, etc.)
- Will I meet with you or speak with you before the actual mediation session?
- Why do I need mediation and what is the pre-mediation preparation process?
- How long will a pre-mediation preparation/coaching session last?
- Have you been through divorce yourself?
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Atlanta Divorce Mediation Services, LLC
Jeri Breiner, Ph.D
5825 Glenridge Drive
Bldg. 3; Ste. 101 C
Atlanta, Ga 30328
Specialty: Dr. Breiner has conducted over 20 years of research studying parenting, children with or without difficulties, adult depression and anxiety, and couples. With her training and 34 years experience as a Clinical Psychologist, she is dedicated to taking trauma out of the process of divorce. She is a trained Divorce Mediator who is also licensed and certified as a State of Georgia Neutral Mediator and approved by the State of Georgia as a Court Neutral Mediator.
Specialty: Divorce and Family Law matters present among the most traumatic events of a lifetime. Alice will work diligently, with compassion, to effectively and efficiently resolve your Family Law matter in the way best suited and tailored to your family’s needs. In addition to the adept use of litigation to zealously represent client’s interests, Alice is a certified mediator.
Alice is certified as a Collaborative Law Professional by Collaborative Law Institute of Georgia, and trained as a Guardian ad Litem by Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation
Tracy Gould Sheinin
2680 Arbor Avenue
Atlanta, GA 30317
Counties Served: Clayton, Cobb, Dekalb, Douglas, Fulton, Gwinnett, Henry
As a full-time mediator since 1999, I take a holistic approach to provide information and support as clients move through the divorce process. We work together to prepare for the actual mediation so the parties can make informed decisions. I find that when parties prepare well on both the logical and emotional fronts prior to negotiating, it makes for a more efficient, satisfactory, and cost-effective process overall.
- Divorce Mediator
Center for Therapy and Mediation
5825 Glenridge Drive
Building 2 – 106
Sandy Springs, GA 30328
Specialty: Before marital problems evolve into legal issues, they are emotional issues that are intrinsically stressful and painful. When the decision is made to divorce, the ultimate goal is to find peace of mind and develop a sense of security and hope for the future for oneself and one’s children. Mediation offers a roadmap in this very vulnerable time that will create the opportunity to find peace of mind today, tomorrow, and in the future.
Kathleen W. Shack, MS, LMFT
Family Solutions Counseling, LLC
3534 Old Milton Pkwy
Alpharetta, GA 30005
Counties Served: Fulton, Forsyth, Gwinnett, Cherokee, Cobb, Dekalb
Specialty: A Registered Divorce Mediator & Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, I facilitate confidential solutions for clients and help parents develop a Parenting Plan. Mediation coaching and divorce coaching also offered. I can teach you how to listen to the perspectives of the other, articulate your own perspectives, and find a way to satisfy both.
JoAnne Donner, MS, CDFA™, CDC, CDPC; Board Member
Visions Anew Guardian
The Road to Resolution
P. O. Box 76543
Atlanta, GA 30358
Counties Served: All of metro Atlanta
Phone: (770) 842-9400
Fax: (770) 399-0619
Specialty: I am a trained, certified, and registered divorce mediator with extensive knowledge of the divorce process, both personally and professionally. With a Master’s Degree Magna Cum Laude in Conflict Resolution, I am committed to serving you with the utmost care, confidentiality, and professionalism. As a mediator, I guide you through the mediation process as you discuss financial and family matters related to your divorce and create mutually-agreeable solutions to the issues at hand. Mediation strives to be an amicable process, offering an approach to divorce that is time-efficient, affordable, and less emotionally stressful than more litigious ways of resolving disputes.