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Natalie Goldberg, (Mental Health Professional)

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   6858 Old Dominion Drive, Suite 302
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  ngoldberglcsw@aim.com
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Education


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Licenses


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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Natalie Goldberg, (Mental Health Professional)

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Throughout the past 20 years, I have worked with children, adolescents, couples and families in various stages of the divorce process. It has been my experience that although divorce can be very painful, it is possible to work through the process responsibly and respectfully while keeping the best interests of the entire family in mind. For couples going through a divorce, support from knowledgeable and caring professionals can make a tremendous difference. I believe my role is to educate you, my client. I will provide you with answers to your questions in order to help you understand and navigate the negative, and sometimes overwhelming, emotions that can accompany divorce. In addition, I will help you acquire the communication skills necessary to work with your spouse, thus allowing you to productively problem solve during and after the divorce. When children are involved, I often find that parents want to protect them from the conflict and chaos that sometimes occurs during the divorce process. My goal is to help parents work through differences in parenting styles, and guide them in developing a parenting plan that addresses the individual needs of their children in a creative and loving way. Doing so decreases the likelihood of conflict and creates a more positive co-parenting relationship. While divorce can be very painful, and it undoubtedly affects the entire family, I believe that with the right approach, it can be an opportunity for growth and positive transformation.

Collaborative Practice Group Membership


Collaborative Professionals of Northern Virginia

Collaborative Services


Collaborative Divorce Coach Collaborative Child Specialist

Education


Licenses


MSW
Virginia~LCSW
Maryland~LCSW-C
DC - LICSW ,LCSW

Professional Activities


CURRENT:
2018-2019 Past President
2018-2019 DCACP Education Committee
2018-2019 - CPDC Collaborative Project of DC Member
2020 CPNV Program Committee Chair

PRIOR:
2017-2018 DCACP President
CPDC Collaborative Project of DC Board Member
DCACP Education Committee Member
2016-2017 DCACP President Elect
2016-2017 DCACP Education Committee Member
2015-2016 DCACP Board Member
2014-2015 District of Columbia Academy of Collaborative Professionals (DCACP) Education Committee Co-Chair

Collaborative Practice Training


Year Course Title Instructor Hours
Basic/ Introductory Collaborative Law or Interdisciplinary Collaborative Team Training.
2013 Collaborative Divorce Three-Day Training Adele D'Ari, Ed.D 21
2013 Introduction to Collaborative Practice Lisa Herrick, Adele D'Ari, Paul Smoller 30
30-Hr Interest-Based Negotiation & Mediation Skills
2013 30-Hour Interest-Based Mediation & Negotiation Skills Lisa Herrick, Barbra Burr, Lonnie Broussard 30
Additional 15 hours Intermediate/ Advanced interest-based negotiation, communication skills, collaborative, or basic professional coach training
2013 The Meaning of Money Rona Hitlin-Mason, LPC 1
2013 The Meaning of Money Paul Smollar and Adele D'Ari 1
2013 How Brandenberg and Like Cases Interfere with Settlement Michael McHugh 1
2013 Divorce Research Redux: Which Myths Should We Believe about the Consequences of Divorce on Adults and Children - And Which Are Myths? Lisa Herrick, PhD. 1
2013 Advanced Collaborative Training: Creating a Deep and Durable Parenting Plan Lisa Herrick, Kate Scharff, Barbara Burr 11.5
Annual 4 hours collaborative continuing education (basic, intermediate, or advanced)
2022 “Collaborative Clients: When kumbaya is not enough.” CPNV: Barbara Burr, Esq. 1.5
2022 Targeted Tools to Resolve Complex Collaborative Impasses CPNV: Carl Mitlehner, CFP®, Sue Soler, LCSW, and Jennifer Bradley, JD 1.5
2022 Divorcing your spouse, but staying married to Uncle Sam CPNV: Sarah Avila, CFP®, CDFA® 1.5
2022 DCACP: The Long and Winding Farewell: How Divorce Changes What We Think We Know About Grief Hope Edelman 4.5
2022 A Parent’s Mental Illness Should Not Prevent a Successful Parenting Plan CPNV: Stephanie Smith, JD, and Patrice Garver, MHP 1.5
2021 VIRGINIA’S UNIFORM COLLABORATIVE LAW ACT: WHAT IT MEANS FOR YOUR COLLABORATIVE PRACTICE CPNV: Jennifer A. Bradley, JD; Anne (Jan) W. White, JD; Karen L. Keyes, JD 1.5
2021 Understanding Domestic Violence and the Challenges in Getting It Right CPNV: Viola Vaughan-Eden, PhD, MJ, LCSW 1.5
2021 Transform Them CPNV: Jonathan Foust, MA, CSA 1.5
2021 The Flexible Potential of the Child Specialist Role CPNV: Natalie Goldberg and Lisa Herrick 1.5
2021 Should Virginia Create a Legal Presumption of Shared Custody: A Current Effort is Underway, and There is Research to Support It CPNV: Adele D’Ari, Ph.D., Lisa Herrick, Ph.D., Jennifer Bradley, J.D. 1.5
2021 NO JUSTICE, NO PEACE DCACP: Barbara Burr, Esq.; Natalie Goldberg, LCSW 1.5
2021 Maximizing the Role of a Financial Neutral in Unprecedented Times (14th VaCP) Jane Rowny, CPA, CFP®, CDFA®, Jamie Blum, CPA, CDFA®, & Jordan Egert, CPA, CFE, CDFA® 2
2021 HOLD ONTO YOUR HATS: STRATEGIES FOR STREAMLINING COLLABORATIVE PRACTICE CPNV: Jennifer Bradley, Esq., Lynn Fetcher, Esq., Natalie Goldberg, LCSW, Jane Ochsman Rowny, CPA, CDFA 1.5
2021 Changes, Practical Applications and Issues now that the UCLA Statute has been Enacted (14th VaCP) Teresa Cole, JD, Karen Keyes, JD & Cheryl Smith, JD 1.25
2021 BEYOND SPREAD SHEETS AND CASH FLOW – A DEEP DIVE INTO THE FINANCIAL NEUTRAL ROLES AS FACILITATOR, MEDIATOR AND ADVISOR CPNV: Debbie May CPA, CFP, CDFA and Robin Taub, J.D. 1.5
2021 ADULT ADHD IN COLLABORATIVE PRACTICE: A POWERFUL, UNDER-RECOGNIZED X FACTOR CPNV: Kate Scharff, PhD 1.5
2021 A Deeper Dive into the Role of the Child Specialist (14th VaCP) I was presenter with Lisa Herrick, PhD 2.75
2020 “YIKES – MY CLIENT IS RECENTLY SOBER”: INTEGRATING SUBSTANCE ABUSE RECOVERY INTO A PARENTING PLAN Natalie Goldberg, LCSW and George Young, LCSW, MAC 1.5
2020 Working at Home IACP Webinar 1.25
2020 The New Normal CPNV: Steve Goldman & Patrice Garver 1.5
2020 Prenups, the Collaborative Way CPNV: Michael McHugh & Lynn Fletcher 1.5
2020 Law For Non Lawyers Barb Burr 3
2020 Impacts During COVID-19 CPNV: Lisa Herrick, Natalie Goldberg, Sue Soler, Jennifer Bradley & Grant Moher 1.5
2020 Disclosure? Distractions? Denial? Dunno.: Addressing Full Disclosure of Ambiguous Adultery in Collaborative Divorce CPNV: Steve Goldman & David Ginsberg 1.5
2020 Dialectical Behavioral Therapy: Adapting Techniques for Collaborative Practice CPNV: Britt Rathbone, LCSW-C 1.5
2020 Cash, Covid, and Collaboration: Financial Considerations for assisting your clients Jordan Egert, Jane Oshman Rowny 1.5
2020 Bringing Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion into Your Practice Group IACP: David Hoffman 1
2019 Why are you so defensive? It’s a shame CPNV: Carol Miller Ph. D., Rebecca Landau-Millin Ph.D. and Barbara Burr JD 1.5
2019 What We Don’t Talk About …..Enough CPNV: Sue Soler LCSW Natalie Goldberg, LCSW and Sarah Zimmerman Ph.D. 1.5
2019 The Terrible Territory of “Resist-Refuse” Dynamics in Collaborative: When Children Push Away From Seeing A Parent CPNV: Lisa Herrick Ph.D. , Natalie Goldberg, L.C.S.W. and Lynn Hawkins 1.5
2019 Neuro-Diversity For Children and Adults: How can we better understand our clients who are “on the Spectrum” Jamell White Ph.D., LCSW 1.5
2019 Let’s Talk About Money CPNV: Eric Wexler CFP, CDFA: Debra May CPA, CFP, CDFA and Steve Weisbaum JD 1.5
2019 Inheritance: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly Roles Inherited Wealth Can Play During Collaborative Cases CPNV: Anne Marie Jackson and Debbie May 1.5
2019 Difficult Moments in Collaborative Cases Lynn Fletcher and Jennifer Bradley 1.5
2018 Working Creatively with Conflict CPNV: Debbie Beach, Patrice Garver, and Debbie Nackman 1.5
2018 VA Legislative and Case Law Update (11th VaCP) 11-12-18 Christopher Macturk, JD 1
2018 UCLA Panel: What’s In It For Me? (11th VaCP) 11-12-18 Del. David Toscano; Robert Merlin, PA; Teresa Cole, JD; and Cathleen Rea, PhD 1.25
2018 Tools to Understand your Divorcing Client's Money Personality CPNV: Erika W. Schleifman, CFP, CDFA 1.5
2018 The Things We Carry CPNV: Natalie Goldberg LCSW, Brandes Ash, JD and Suzy Eckstein,JD 1.5
2018 Support Redux: Navigating the New Tax Laws and the Emotional Challenges They Create for Spouses (and Teams) (11th VaCP) 11-12-18 Sanford Cassel, PhD; Frank Morrison, JD; Gigi Robson, CPA, CDFA; and Paul Smollar, JD 3.25
2018 Power, Privilege and Entitlement: Themes That Intersect Our Work. Barbara Burr J.D. and Brandes Ash, J.D. 1.5
2018 Gate Keeping: Facilitative, Protective and Restrictive CPNV: Adele D’Ari Ed.D. and Lisa Herrick Ph.D. 1.5
2018 Divorce Through the Developmental Lens CPNV: Lisa Herrick, PhD and Kate Scharff 1.5
2018 Collaborative TEAM protocols: How the TEAM establishes an environment of thinking and reasoning CPNV: Christine Hissong and Mary Szpanka 1.5
2018 Brain Writing: A Different Way to Brainstorm CPNV: Barbara Burr JD and Theresa Mihalik JD 1.5
2018 Avoiding Financial Errors in Divorce Settlement CPNV: Adam Morgan, CFP, CDFA, MBA 1.5
2017 What to do? What to say? Factors to consider in the moment Kate Scharff 1
2017 What About Me? Listening to the Child in Collaborative Divorce Debra Nackman and Carol Miller 1
2017 Inside the World of a Solo Coach Adele D'Ari, EdD & Lynn Fletcher, JD 1
2017 40 - Hour Working Creatively with Conflict Gary Friedman and Katherine Miller 40
2016 The Collaborative Toolbox Steven Weisbaum, Debbie May, Liz Lerner and Sue Soler 1.5
2016 The Art of the Question Andrea Hirsch and Rebecca Shankman 1.5
2016 Tell Me a Story: Narrative & Restorying in Collaborative Conflict Resolution Pauline Tessler 6.5
2016 Team Challenges: Working Together to Resolve Disputes Nancy Cameron, J.D. Yuval Berger, Ph.D. 6
2016 Question Formulation Technique: How We Often Fail to Ask the Right Questions Jacinta Gallant 6.5
2016 QUIET: INTROVERTS AND THEIR POWER ON A TEAM Barbara Burr, JD and Adele D'Ari, Ed.D. 1.5
2016 Meeting with Clients to Choose their Process: An 8-Step Structured Approach Susan Cook 3
2016 Keep calm and carry on: Wisdom from the work of Bill Eddy about how to cope with hostile communications. Dr. Debra Nackman and Dr. Carol Miller. 1.5
2016 It Starts Before it Begins: Building a Strong Container from the Ground Up Kate Scharff 1.5
2016 Collaborative Mindset Barb Burr and Lisa Herrick 1.5
2016 Being A Neutral Is Anything But Bland! The Challenges and Rewards of Working as a Neutral. Carl Mitlehner, CFP; Lisa Herrick PhD 1.5
2016 Advocacy and Neutrality Victoria Smith and Nancy Solomon 3
2015 Writing A Love Letter To Your Clients Facilitator Paul Smoller 1.5
2015 When Clients and the Team Collide: Whose Case is it Anyway? K. Levitt and Gina Arons 3
2015 What Are Reasonable Expectations to Have of the Financial Neutral and What Are the Techniques Utilized by Successful Financial Neutrals. Jan White and Debbie May 1.5
2015 Transforming Impasse from Problem into Opportunity Stephen Sulmeyer 3
2015 Sherlock Holmes, Escher, Bach: Authentic Presence and the Art of Seeing s. Porter and Adriana Galimberti-Rennie 3
2015 It's All About the Frame: A Deeper Look at Conflict IACP Forum 6.5
2015 How Can the Collaborative Model Be Adapted in Order to Make It More Responsive to the Clients’ Needs Linda Ravdin and Barbara Burr 1.5
2015 Helping the Client Transition from Being a Spouse to Being a Co-parent (While Addressing Anger Along the Way Gail Guttman 1.5
2015 Creating the Conditions for Growth: Collaborative Divorce as a Developmental Experience Lisa Herrick Kate Scharff and Barb Burr 6.5
2015 Collaborative Divorce - Two Day Training Barb Burr, Paul Smoller, Sanford Cassel, Lonnie Broussard 16
2015 Best Practices for Bridging the Gap Between Experienced and Inexperienced Team Members Sue Soler and Suzy Eckstein 1.5
2015 ATTACHMENT THEORY: HOW IT HELPS US UNDERSTAND OUR CLIENTS AND WORK MORE EFFECTIVELY WITH THEM I was the instructor. 1.5
2014 What is Standing in the Way of . . . ? Jan White and Barbara Burr 1
2014 The Payoff of Good Practice Group Governance Talia L. Katz 1
2014 Special Need Children and Divorce I was the instructor. 1
2014 Psst: Attorneys, Mental Health Professionals and Financial Neutrals Have Real Differences -- An Honest Conversation to Build Bridges and Strengthen Teams Anne Marie Jackson, Andrea Leiman, and Carl Mitlehner 1.5
2014 My Daddy Has a Special Friend and My Mommy’s Always Sad - Affairs and Divorce from a Child's Point of View Debra Nackman 1
2014 Law for Non Lawyers: A 3 Hour Workshop on The Fundamentals of Divorce Law in Maryland Al Bonin, JD Andrea Hirsch, JD Theresa Mihalik JD 3
2014 How Adults and Children Experience Divorce: A Therapist’s Perspective Jane Prelinger, LICSW 1
2014 How Adults and Children Experience Divorce: A Therapist’s Perspective Aaron Bourne and Krista Hummer 1
2014 Hooked By Pain and Caught by the Undertow: Challenges for the Team When the Clients Compete for “Most Hurt” Lisa Herrick, PhD Mary Pence, JD 1.5
2014 Heal Your Heart After Grieving: Help Your Clients Find Peace After Break-Ups, Divorce, Death and Other Losses David Kessler 6
2014 Creative Mortgage Solutions for Separating Couples Marge Hofberg 1
2014 Breaking Down Barriers to Support: How a Cohesive Collaborative Team Can Inspire New Thinking Pauline Tesler 6
2014 Breaking Down Barriers to Support: How a Cohesive Collaborative Team Can Inspire New Thinking Kimberly Fauss, Lonnie Broussard, Adele D’Ari, and Paul Smollar 6
2014 Brainstorming – what succeeds and fails in brainstorming? Carl Mitlihner 1.25
2014 Attorneys, Mental Health Professionals and Financial Neutrals Have Real Differences -- An Honest Conversation to Build Bridges and Strengthen Teams. Ann Marie Jackson, Carl Mitlehner, Andrea Liehman 1.5
2013 Working with the Gray Divorce Adel D'Ari, Ed.D 1
2013 Dividing ”Hybrid” Property in Virginia: Brandenburg and Its Following Grant Moher 2
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