I am a Resolution Accredited Financial Planner and also a Pension on Divorce Expert. I have been providing support to clients and professionals with regard to divorce for over 20 years. I adopt a can-do approach and am always inventive in seeking solutions.
I am passionate about finding solutions using collaborative law and I am co-chair of the Collaborative Working party within Resolution.
I will always say if I don’t believe my advice or support is required as I do not believe that clients money should be spent unless it needs to be.
I’m a Chartered and Registered Psychologist, passionate about making psychological thinking easy to access and stigma-free. I’m known as a ‘family consultant’ in legal speak where divorce is concerned.
I’m a divorcee and utilised the collaborative process myself, so I have both personal and professional experience of the challenges you may be facing.
Clients tend to use me to navigate the difficult feelings separation and divorce evoke, to understand the grief process and to sound out options for their child arrangements. I usually see people at their solicitors office, their home or online and part of legal meetings if helpful.
Carla is a relationship and family therapist with over 20 years experience in supporting couples and families through the emotional transition of separation and divorce. She works with individuals, couples and their children to help them cope with the thoughts, emotions and behaviours that surface when a couple are separating. Issues of abandonment and rejection, loss of stability, communication breakdown and change of structure can have a major impact on all parties, in particular the children. Carla helps create a platform to communicate more effectively, cope with the stresses of the situation and find ways to move forward more effectively.
Resolution’s 6,500 members are family lawyers and other professionals committed to the constructive resolution of family disputes. Our members follow a Code of Practice that promotes a non-confrontational approach to family problems. Our members encourage solutions that consider the needs of the whole family – and in particular the best interests of children.