Tammy Daniele, LCSW, received her Master’s degree in social work from George Warren Brown School of Social Work at Washington University in St. Louis. After graduation, Tammy helped develop and create the Early Emotional Development Program at Washington University School of Medicine. Past clinical experience includes work with depression, eating disorders, self-injury, anxiety, sex addiction, adjustment disorder, grief and divorce issues. Tammy has worked extensively with the court systems in dealing with the emotional impact of divorce. She has provided expert witness testimony in divorce and child abuse/neglect cases. In addition, she works with children to help them effectively deal with the effects of divorce and also facilitates reunification of parent/child relationships after divorce. Tammy educates parents on how to minimize the impact of divorce on their children. She received her mediation training from Northwestern University and provides mediation services pre and post-decree. Tammy practices Collaborative Law as a Divorce Coach and Child Specialist. She also has been trained by the Cooperative Training Institute as a Parent Coordinator. Tammy is a member of numerous professional organizations and has presented on divorce issues and child development to parents, students, attorneys and judges. Tammy is the author of "I Love You Penelope Rose", a children's book about divorce, due for release in 2013.
Tammy is also a business coach for
helping counselors and therapists learn marketing and business tools to build their ideal practice. Tammy's children's book about divorce, "I Love You Penelope Rose" is being published and will be in bookstores in early summer of 2013. In her spare time, Tammy enjoys spending time with family and friends, reading, running, competing in triathlons and finding the right combination of ingredients for the perfect green smoothie. Tammy and her husband Chris have one son, Augustus.
Frank Daniele, LCSW, received his Master's degree in social work from Jane Addams Graduate School of Social Work at the University of Illinois in Chicago. After receiving his degree, Frank worked in the child welfare system in Illinois and in healthcare settings with children and their families. Frank's clinical experience includes work with children and adolescents in regards to depression, separation and loss, divorce, anxiety and adjustment disorders. Frank specializes in work with adolescents and adults experiencing difficulty adjusting to life transitions. Frank also has an extensive background working with individuals with special needs. Frank also is a
Level One Instructor and leads workshops for couples and families. In his spare time, Frank enjoys spending time with family and friends, being the family comedian and golfing. Frank and his wife, Margaret, have three children.