Dana Schneider, MA, MFT is a licensed marriage and family therapist and was a
lecturer at Sonoma State University for nineteen years. In addition to 34 years of clinical experience working
with children, adolescents and
their families, she has extensive training and experience in the field of divorcing families. She
has served as a Special Master for the Sonoma County Courts,
and is committed to helping families
through even the most difficult divorce processes. She is a member of the Sonoma County Bar
Association, Family Law Section. In 2012 Dana was awarded the Rex Sater Award for Excellence in
Family Law by the Sonoma County Bar Association.
Along with a group of experienced co-parent counselors in Sonoma
County, Dana has implemented a new approach to working with high conflict families called The
Co-Parent Project. She is a co-author of a published article in the Journal of Divorce and
Remarriage entitled "Children's Ability to Cope Post Divorce: The Effects of Kids' Turn
Intervention Program on 7-9 Year Olds."