A Better Way To Divorce In Ohio

Collaborative Divorce

Jeannine Vegh

Bob Armstrong

INTRODUCTION/GENERAL COMMENTS/PERSONALS GOALS FOR INVOLVEMENT IN COLLABORATIVE FAMILY LAW CASES:

I have enjoyed being a part of the Collaborative Law process since 2018. In addition, I have twenty years as a psychotherapist or social worker. Eight of these years of experience took place at a Children’s Protective Services agency in California. Here I was a participant in quite a number of mediations as well as being in Family Law and Juvenile Detention Courts to collaborate on behalf of the child. In my current private practice I have completed Level 3 Training in Gottman Method Couples Therapy and use these skills for working with couples. In addition I have conducted a number of workshops for the military, government agencies and corporate offices. I have several years of experience in Critical Incident Stress Debriefing (CISD/CISM). I look forward to talking with you and answering any questions you may have.

FIELDS OF PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE:
Counseling Psychology

PROFESSIONAL LICENSES:
IMFT (Independent Marriage and Family Therapist) Ohio license #F1000006

PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION:
Master of Arts, John F. Kennedy University 2000

UNDERGRADUATE EDUCATION:
Bachelor of Arts, Antioch University 1996

COLLABORATIVE PRACTICE GROUP MEMBERSHIPS:
Central Ohio Academy of Collaborative Divorce Professionals (COACDP)

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE/ACTIVITIES:
20 years in psychotherapy or social work

PERSONAL INTERESTS/ACTIVITIES:
Barre, reading, writing, yoga, women’s history and foreign films

COLLABORATIVE PRACTICE AND RELATED SKILLS TRAINING

Year Training Type Instructor Hours
2019 Basic Mediation Training Community Mediation Services of Central Ohio 16
2018 Collaborative Law Introductory Interdisciplinary Training Elaine Buck, Randi Cohen, Susan Moussi 15
2018 Fundamentals in Mediation Supreme Court of Ohio 14
2018 Specialized Family/Divorce Mediation Amy Armstrong and Magistrate Rosalind C. Florez 40