Amy Mazer is a licensed clinical social worker with more than 38 years of experience working with individuals, couples and families. Amy is a psychotherapist, a Collaborative Divorce Coach, a Co-Parenting Consultant & Mediator and a Parent Coordinator.
Amy works with couples who are contemplating separation and/or divorce to help them gain clarity in choosing a path forward, discerning whether to work to repair the marriage or to pursue separation and divorce in the most respectful and child-centered way possible. For families in the midst of a separation or divorce Amy’s work centers on helping them to navigate through this life transition, address co-parenting issues, develop a parenting plan and build a cooperative co-parenting relationship. In her role as a Mediator or Collaborative Divorce Coach she facilitates respectful communications and assists parents in reaching resolution on specific child related issues and/or the development of a customized and comprehensive parenting plan. In her role as a Parent Coordinator she facilitates respectful and constructive communications in order to resolve parental conflicts and ensure child centered decisions are made. Regardless of her role, her work centers on helping parents build and maintain a constructive, cooperative and respectful co-parenting relationship so that children can thrive.
Amy has been a leader in Maryland’s Collaborative community; she has been a past President and Board member of the Howard County Collaborative Professionals, Past President and Co-Founder of the Collaborative Professionals of Baltimore, past President of the state-wide organization Maryland Collaborative Practice Council (now MACP) and currently in her 3rd year as a Board member of the Collaborative Project of Maryland, a program offering low bono and pro bono Collaborative services. She has co-led workshops on Collaborative Practice for NASW, University of Maryland’s School of Social Work’s Continuing Education program and MCPC. She was featured in an article in NASW News September, 2014 entitled Peaceful Solutions: Collaborative Divorce Promotes Civility.
Amy’s primary office is in Baltimore county. For more information please visit her website at www.amymazer.com or she can be reached by phone at 410.960.2526 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org.