Dana Schneider, LMFT is a licensed marriage and family therapist and Lecturer Emeritus from Sonoma State University. In addition to 40 years of clinical experience working with families, she has extensive training and experience in the field of divorcing families. Experience includes special master/parent coordinator, private child custody recommending counselor, reunification therapist, and high conflict co parent counseling. She has served as the Chair of the Mental Health Liaison Committee a sub-committee of the Sonoma County Bar Associations Family Law Section. Dana co-authored an article in the Journal of Divorce and Remarriage entitled “Children’s Ability to Cope Post Divorce: The Effects of Kids’ Turn Intervention Program on 7–9 Year Olds.” In 2012 Dana was awarded the Judge Rex Sater award for Excellence in Family Law and in 2013 the Pro Bono award by the Sonoma County Bar Association.