Jordana Wolfson, L.M.S.W., M.A., is an Education Specialist and Founder of Co-Parenting Solutions, LLC.
- Licensed Master’s Social Worker
- Certified Divorce Mediator
- Collaborative Divorce Coach
“I am a child of divorce, who witnessed two marriages end before I was 15,” says Jordana Wolfson, the heart and soul behind Co-Parenting Solutions.
“I know first-hand the effects of divorce and how devastating it can be for children. My childhood experiences drive me to get ahead of potentially life-altering disappointments and hurt for children,” says Jordana. “When parents act out of the interests of their children, they prepare them to be high-functioning, happy adults who are capable of healthy relationships. That’s a goal we can all get behind.”
Jordana dreamed of building a business that would create happy families who could learn to work together for everyone’s benefit. She began with a grant from Hebrew Free Loan and meticulously mailed letters to 400 people in the fields of family law, therapy and counseling, Friend of the Court and friends and neighbors, sharing the news of her entrepreneurial journey and asking for introductions and a chance to prove her talents. Her first case came as a recommendation from Friend of the Court, which was seeking therapists who could work with high-conflict divorced families. The practice has grown rapidly since then.
Today, Jordana sits on the board of the Collaborative Practice Institute of Michigan. She works with families choosing the path of Collaborative Divorce, and she works with families in traditional family law cases, before, during and after the marriage ends. She serves clients in the following ways:
- Co-Parenting Counseling
- Blended Family Counseling
- Family Reunification (when a child has become estranged from a parent)
- Collaborative Divorce
- Parenting Time Agreements
- Parenting Time Coordination
Jordana Wolfson founded Co-Parenting Solutions, LLC to fulfill a personal mission to help children live to their fullest potential. In her work within schools (as an early childhood director, K-4 principal and K-12 Head of School), Jordana became a trusted resource and confidant for students enduring tumultuous divorce situations. In her own life, she rode the waves of divorce, building a heartfelt awareness of the roller coaster of emotions and insecurities children can experience when they are dragged into the messiness of adult relationships.
As a licensed clinical social worker, Jordana brings a depth of experience, training and sensitivity to her work. “I have an ideal vision of where you can be,” she says. “Being a good therapist means helping families create a vision of the future that is hope-filled and within reach.”
Hear from Jordana!
Jordana Wolfson was featured on a recent episode of the Child Centered Divorce Podcast. Tune in here: Child Centered Divorce – Interview with Co-Hear Parenting Expert and Divorce Mediator, Jordana Wolfson – Divorced and Happy
Jordana Wolfson was featured on a recent episode of the Divorce: What to Expect Podcast. Tune in here: Divorce: What to Expect – Special Guest Interview with Founder of Co-Parenting Solutions Jordana Wolfson