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Rona Hitlin Mason, (Mental Health Professional)

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   425A Carlisle Drive
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  Rona@ronahitlinmason.com
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Education


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J.D.

LL.B.

Ph.D.

Psy.D

Ed.D.

L.E.P.

LCSW

LPC

LMFT

Psychiatrist

CFP®

CPA

ChFC

Professional Activities


Current Prior

Collaborative Practice Training


Year Course Title Instructor Hours Action
Basic/ Introductory Collaborative Law or Interdisciplinary Collaborative Team Training.
30-Hr Interest-Based Negotiation & Mediation Skills
Advanced interest-based negotiation, communication skills, collaborative,professional coach training
Annual 4 hours collaborative continuing education (basic, intermediate, or advanced)

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Rona Hitlin Mason, (Mental Health Professional)

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Family change is difficult. You want a Collaborative Divorce Coach who recognizes that the most important factor in the equation is YOU. That you are a unique individual, with specific challenges that are deeply personal and profoundly important. You’re not a client, not a case; you’re a human being going through a very difficult time. That’s exactly how I welcome you to my practice - with dignity and compassion. I want to learn about your unique needs, your unique family needs and to help you journey through this process in as healthy a way as possible.

Collaborative Practice Group Membership


Collaborative Professionals of Northern Virginia

Loudoun/ Western Fairfax Collaborative Professionals (sub-group of CPNV)

Collaborative Services


I have worked with individuals, couples and families around the issue of divorce for over 20 years; supporting people through the decision-making process, through the emotional turmoil of the divorce journey and through post-divorce adjustment. I am aware of the impact this family change has on all members of the family. I believe that the Collaborative Divorce process is the best means by which all family members have the opportunity to come through the process as healthy and connected as possible. I’d be honored to help you get to where you want to be. Visit my website or call me at 703-437-7600 to learn more, ask a question or to request an appointment.

Education


Licenses


Licensed Professional Counselor, Virginia ,LPC

Professional Activities


CURRENT:
Member, Collaborative Professionals of Northern Virginia
Member, Virginia Collaborative Professionals
Member, American Counseling Association
Member, Northern Virginia Licensed Professional Counselors
International Academy of Collaborative Professionals

PRIOR:

Collaborative Practice Training


Year Course Title Instructor Hours
Basic/ Introductory Collaborative Law or Interdisciplinary Collaborative Team Training.
2013 Three day Collaborative team training CPTI 21
30-Hr Interest-Based Negotiation & Mediation Skills
2014 Interest-Based Negotiation & Mediation Skills for the Collaborative Practitioner CPTI 30
Additional 15 hours Intermediate/ Advanced interest-based negotiation, communication skills, collaborative, or basic professional coach training
2014 Decision Support in Negotiation Kimberly Fauss 1
2014 Creative Mortgages: Solutions for Separating Couples Margie Hofberg 1
2014 Building Your Collaborative Practice Paul Smollar 1
2014 Building Your Collaborative Practice Moher 1
2014 Brainstorming: What Succeeds and Fails Mitlehner/Taub 1
2014 Aptitudes and Attitudes Kimberly Fauss 2
2013 The Meaning of Money I was the instructor. 1
2013 Parenting Plan Training Herrick/Burr 6
2013 Dividing Hybrid Property in Virginia Moher/McHugh 1
Annual 4 hours collaborative continuing education (basic, intermediate, or advanced)
2021 Virginia's Uniform Collaborative Law Act: What it Means for Your Collaborative Practice Bradley, White, Keyes 1.5
2021 Understanding Domestic Violence and the Challenges in Getting It Right V. Vaughan-Eden 1.5
2021 Streamlining Collaborative Practice Bradley, Fletcher, Rowny, Goldberg 1.5
2021 Should Virginia Create A Legal Presumption Of Shared Custody? Herrick, D'Ari, Bradley 1.5
2021 Home Will Never Be The Same-A Guide for Adult Children of Gray Divorce Hughes, Fredenburg 1
2021 Birdnesting: A Child-Centered Solution to Co-Parenting During Separation and Divorce Buscho 1
2021 BEYOND SPREAD SHEETS AND CASH FLOW – A DEEP DIVE INTO THE FINANCIAL NEUTRAL ROLES AS FACILITATOR, MEDIATOR AND ADVISOR D. May and R. Taub 1.5
2021 Adult ADHD in Collaborative Practice tice tice K Scharff 1.5
2020 YIKES – MY CLIENT IS RECENTLY SOBER”: INTEGRATING SUBSTANCE ABUSE RECOVERY INTO A PARENTING PLAN Goldberg/Young 1.5
2020 The New Normal Goldman, Garver, Herrick, Goldberg 1
2020 Summer Solstice of Ethics IACP webinar 1
2020 DCACP During Covid 19: Impact and Opportunity Herrick/Goldberg/Bradley/Soler/Moher 1.5
2020 COVID-19 Support Meeting: Working at Home IACP Webinar 1.25
2020 Addressing Full Disclosure of Ambiguous Adultery in Collaborative Divorce Goldman/Ginsberg 1.5
2019 The Space Between - Richness of Our Work Before, After and In Between Team Meetings D'Ari/Smoller 1.5
2019 Parent/Child Contact Problems Garver/Hawkins 1.5
2019 Managing Client Expectations Beach/Bradley/Girgis/Grady 1.5
2018 Working Creatively with Conflict Beach, Garver, Nackman 1.5
2018 Divorce through the Developmental Lens Herrick 1.5
2018 Collaborative Team Protocols Hissong, Szpanka 1.5
2018 And They Lived Happily Ever After… Miller, Brown, Grey, Metzler 1.5
2017 Stump the Neutral: What Does Neutrality Look Like Herrick/Goldberg 1.
2017 Stop Driving at the End of Your Hood McHugh/Garver/Schleifman 1
2017 Financial Issues Brown/Szpanka 1
2017 Divorce Options I was the instructor. 1
2017 Business Valuation Bradley/Schleifman/Vogel 1
2016 What to Share with Collaborative Clients: Experience and Connections Among the Professionals Keyes/Bradley/Lee 1
2016 The power of empathy in conflict resolution C. Rowan 1
2016 Motivational Interviewing Marks/Goldberg 1
2016 Grey Divorce 2 Pendzich/Szpanka/D'Ari 1
2016 Discernment Counseling I was the instructor. 1
2016 Challenge When There is a Substance Abuse or Addicition in a Collabortive Case Herrick/Moher/Bonin 1
2015 Working with Families with Special Needs Children L. Nuzzo 1
2015 What are Our Core Collaborative Principles? Miller/Fletcher 1
2015 Mental Health Professionals: Taking Charge of Your Practice G. Direnfeld 1.5
2015 How Might an Instinctual Tendency Inventory Inform our Collaborative Practice Portnoy, Tennant, Webb 1
2015 Ethical and Practical Considerations for VA Collaborative Law Practice H. Lee 1
2015 Ethical & Practical Considerations for Virginia Collaborative Law Practice H. Lee 1
2015 Emplyee Benefits: What the employee and spouse need to know as they contemplate divorce Lindahl/Schleifman 1
2015 Collaborative Prenupual Agreements McHugh 1
2015 Collaborative Boot Camp CPTi 6
2015 Co-Parent Coaching: The Next Page in the Collaborative Playbook K. Bonnell 1.5
2015 Affirmation of Core Collaborative Principles Fletcher 1
2014 Breaking Down Barriers to Support Broussand/D'Ari/Fauss/Smollar 6
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