7903844Melynda Z. Gulley, Mediator, is credentialed as a Distinguished Advanced Mediator through the Texas Mediator Credentialing Association, she earned her Bachelor of Arts at Texas Christian University. Her facilitation expertise focuses on the emotional and interpersonal aspects of family relationships. Melynda served on the board of directors of the Texas Association of Mediators and was the president in 2013-14. She received her mediation training in 1999, is a member of Conflict Solutions of Texas and since then has accrued well over 1000 hours of mediation time.

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7203334_origMarilyn Miller, MS, LPC, Counselor, is a psychotherapist in private practice where she helps individuals and families maneuver the many transitions that occur in life, as well as treating mental disorders of anxiety, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder.  After witnessing the increased turmoil and lingering hard feelings families experience after hiring separate lawyers to “win out” over one another, Marilyn sought a healthier way for couples to divorce and move forward in a positive direction.

Her previous counseling experience includes serving as the director of the Center for Infant Loss, helping families through grief. Marilyn’s services have been requested by the American Red Cross to provide trauma counseling for victims and rescuers during the devastation of natural disasters.  Marilyn also taught psychology at Northeast Lakeview College. Marilyn earned a Bachelor of Science in Child Development and a Master’s of Science in Psychology, and received her training in mediation through the Bexar County Dispute Resolution Center.

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