Marriage and Family Therapy Offers Attorneys A Family-Friendly Approach to Divorce Mediation

Submitted by Meredith Guinness, Assistant Director, Media Relations on March 4, 2011

Michael Becker’s office is homey. Nestled on the second floor of a house-turned-office building, the well-lit space includes a coffeemaker and a basket of herbal teas, as well as a soothing sound machine and an inviting book collection. In the center of the room is a large round wooden table surrounded by three comfortable chairs.

Michael Becker’s office is homey. Nestled on the second floor of a house-turned-office building, the well-lit space includes a coffeemaker and a basket of herbal teas, as well as a soothing sound machine and an inviting book collection. In the center of the room is a large round wooden table surrounded by three comfortable chairs.

It’s a safe, calm place – and it needs to be. Becker, M.S. ’10 is a divorce mediator. Every day he deals with couples who are going through what can be an extraordinarily sad and contentious change in their lives, and Becker believes he has to do everything in his power to provide safe ground for everyone involved.

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