Going through divorce may be the most challenging time of your life, but we know that it is possible to navigate with minimal collateral damage and shift your family structure in a cordial, healthy way.

Mediation is a rapidly growing field that is changing the face of the divorce and custody process for transitioning couples and families. In a traditional litigation process, the road to change is a lengthy and complicated framework where all life-changing decisions are outsourced to a court judge. Mediation gently fast tracks you through the process aiding you to make the decisions together outside of the traditional court system. Successful mediation facilitates quicker healing and more successful co-parenting as well as having significantly less financial impact.

The mediation team at The Center for Change at Kennett Square helps you move through this process with a group of professionals that work together to help minimize the impact of this life-altering transition.

Linda Gross

Linda Gross is a life coach, business professional, and former global nomad. Before settling down in Kennett Square, PA in 2014, Linda spent her time living, working and studying in various countries across the globe. Her extensive international background combined with her corporate world experience, provided her the opportunity to work in populations of different contexts. This, along with her curiosity in behavior and personal growth inspired Linda to take the step into a life-long dream: working in the field of life coaching.

Her goal as a life coach is to help people deepen their connection with their inner voice – to help individuals grow their inner dialogue from a place of strength, courage and compassion. She has a keen understanding of human insights and complex emotions, and is a firm believer that growth is best achieved when using a holistic approach that involves the mind, body, and soul.

Education accomplishments include a BBA from Jonkoping University (Sweden); Leadership & Management studies at Singapore Management University and Copenhagen Business School (Denmark). She is also notably in the process of certifying in Positive Psychology and Emotional Resilience at the University of Pennsylvania.

Linda has a strong gravity toward those looking for direction and guidance when feeling “stuck” or looking for a way to move forward. She is also interested in working with those who need direction, support and encouragement while moving through a challenging time.