Elizabeth Eddison
3300 Edinborough Way, Suite 550, Edina, Minnesota, 55435


For most people, divorce is a major life transition in which the old way of life is over and a new life has not yet begun. It can be a highly-charged time emotionally as both members of a couple cope with the many losses involved. My job, as a neutral facilitator/coach, is to help couples deal with their strong feelings while making decisions about how to legally dissolve their marriage and move forward.

If a couple has children, they will have a continuing relationship with one another after the marriage is over. During the divorce, I help them set a foundation for how they will communicate and cooperate in their new relationship as co-parents.

I offer a 30-minute free consultation to couples interested in learning more about their options for divorce and/or whether a collaborative divorce is a good fit for their family’s situation.

I bring to my work a commitment to win-win solutions. I have training in family systems, communication, collaborative law and interest-based negotiation. While I am a licensed psychologist, I do not function as a therapist in this role.

For couples who are considering a divorce and are ambivalent about whether or not to stay married, I offer a short-term Guided Relationship Assessment to help them clarify for themselves the best way forward for their relationship.  

I have been in Collaborative Practice since 2006. Becoming a neutral/facilitator coach was a natural evolution for me. As a therapist, I have spent more than a decade counseling couples before, during and after marriage. I have led support groups for those who are separated or divorced and those who are rebuilding after divorce. I have taught numerous workshops on healthy emotional boundaries. Over the years, I have seen firsthand how emotionally damaging to family members (especially children) adversarial divorce can be. As a neutral collaborative coach, I am passionate about helping families through this difficult life transition i

YearTraining TypeInstructorHours
2008 Mediation Training Christine Leick 40.00
2008 Advanced Interdisciplinary Training Linda Solomon 18.00
2007 Advanced Interdisciplinary Training Pauline Tessler 3.00
2007 Advanced Interdisciplinary Training Peggy Thompson 6.00
2007 Conflict Resolution Training Sharon Ellison 12.00
2007 Intermediate Interdisciplinary Training Constance Ahrons 3.50
2006 Advanced Interdisciplinary Training Smith & Gamache 12.00
2006 Basic Interdisciplinary Training Clemmensen & Romanoff-Newman 3.50
Areas of Practice
  • Divorce Coach
Undergraduate Education: University of Rochester, B.A. in History with honors, 1976
Postgraduate Education: Minnesota School of Professional Psychology (now Argosy University), M. A. in Clinical Psychology, 1995.
Professional Licenses
  • Licensed Psychologist – Minnesota
Professional Activities
  • Board Member, Collaborative Law Institute of Minnesota (CLI)
  • Facilitator of CLI’s Edina 1 Regional Group
  • Lead facilitator for all CLI regional groups
  • Trainer for CLI workshops
  • Member, International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (IACP)
  • Active member of CLI’s Training Committee, Excellence in Team Practice Committee and Domestic Violence Task Force among others.

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