The goals of entering into the mediation process are to maintain family relationships by resolving family disputes, achieve equitable property divisions, and reach agreements on support and custody issues and thereby minimize the detrimental effects of divorce on family relationships, as well as, on the family assets.


MCJ – Master of Science Criminal Justice
Boston University, Boston Massachusetts

BS – Bachelor of Science Justice and Law Administration
Western Connecticut State University, Danbury Connecticut

AA – Associate of Applied Science Administration of Justice
Scottsdale Community College, Scottsdale Arizona


Membership Affiliations

  • The Connecticut Council For Non-Adversarial Divorce
  • Association Of Family And Conciliation Courts
  • New England Chapter – Association For Conflict Resolution

Current Continuing Education/Training

As a mediator, I feel it is important to continue educating myself in this continuously changing field in order to enhance my skills and capabilities that enable me to best serve the needs of my clients.

Panel Judge for The American Bar Association Law Student Division – Region 1 Negotiation Competition40 hours Divorce Mediation Training
University of Connecticut School of Law 11/2014

8 Hour Workshop – Kenneth Cloke – “The Dance of Opposites:  Explorations In Mediation, Dialogue and Conflict Resolution System Design”                                                                      
The Connecticut Council For Non-Adversarial Divorce 5/2014

Continuing Legal Education – Family Law 101:  An Introduction to the Practice of Family Law        
Connecticut Bar Association 6/2013           

Seminar – Children and Law: An overview of the seminal cases and statutes, which address the care, privileges, custody, and best interests of children      
The Connecticut Council For Non-Adversarial Divorce 12/2012

 40 hours Divorce Mediation TrainingThe Connecticut Council For Non-Adversarial Divorce, New Haven, Connecticut 11/2012