Profession: Mental Health Professional
Non-Adversarial Divorce Services: Mediation|Collaborative Divorce
Collaborative Practice Group: Collaborative Divorce Professionals of Fairfield County (CDPFC)

For over two decades, I have applied my combined training in psychology and coaching to help my clients gain a new perspective​ on approaching life's challenges. Having trained and been in practice internationally, I have a culturally diverse perspective. I encourage my clients to see that separation and divorce are emotionally difficult events but that it is possible to have a healthy breakup. As a Co-Parenting Specialist, trained Collaborate Divorce Coach, and Family Mediator, I facilitate communication and prepare my clients to turn the emotional side of divorce into a pragmatic approach, help parents move beyond focusing on how time is spent between households and center themselves to work on what it means to co-parent and the needs of their children as they navigate the realities of post-divorce parenting.

I am committed to helping my clients, and their families find the best path as they transition through the divorce process into their new lives and roles after the divorce has been finalized. During this process, I work with my clients so that each party can communicate and negotiate more effectively and craft a parenting plan to serve their children into the future. Charlotte volunteers as a mediator at the Families in Transition program with the Children's Law Center of Connecticut.


Easton, CT, USA

Secondary Address:

Madison, CT 06443