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Sharon Dolak Bio

                                                                       

Sharon Dolak MDR, RDH

 

Texas Association of Mediators Full Member
Tarrant County Association of Mediators Member
Credentialed Mediator, Texas Mediator Credentialing Association

Registered Dental Hygienist

 

Sharon Dolak specializes in family and healthcare workplace mediation services, reducing tension and helping people resolve long-term, intractable disputes in their personal or professional relationships. She provides a forum and atmosphere for authentic communication, where parties gain understanding, become understood, and work collaboratively to explore options for resolution.

Sharon became interested in dispute resolution mediation after her own personal experience sparked a desire to help others explore this conflict-resolution process as an alternative to time-consuming and emotionally draining litigation.

Sharon is trained in the fields of family dynamics, child development, and family law, as specified by Texas law. She is also qualified as a court-appointed mediator able to perform dispute resolution for parent-child relationships, most frequently in divorce and post-divorce cases.

In 2013, Sharon completed Mediation Dynamics training that satisfied the standards of the Texas Mediation Trainers Roundtable and Texas Mediator Credentialing Association for family mediation training. Sharon received her Mediation Certificate in 2006 from Texas Woman’s University.

Sharon Dolak RDH and Mediator, graduated from Montgomery County College of Dental Hygiene in Pennsylvania in 1981. She currently lives in Keller, Texas.


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