Dana Nolan has been practicing as a parenting coordinator in the 9th and 18th Florida circuits since 2009. She brings her 20 years of experience working with families and children to help divorced or separated parents who are in high conflict with co-parenting.


What is parenting coordination?

It is an alternative conflict resolution process that helps parents who are no longer living together work together and communicate effectively for the best interest of their children. Parenting Coordinators (PC) use various skills and strategies to help parents who are referred to PC including: mediation, problem-solving, education to help parents understand and follow their parenting plan.

How do parents start parenting coordination?

Dana Nolan practices parenting coordination with parents who are referred by the court by an Order of Referral to Parenting Coordination which outlines the scope of PC practice and follows the statute related to parenting coordination in Florida. We will be happy to provide a template of the Order of Referral to Parenting Coordination so that attorneys may simply fill in the relevant information in each case. Once the Order of Referral has been signed by the Judge, parents must pay the required retainer to the PC and complete the parenting coordination agreement and intake paperwork prior to meeting with the PC for the initial visit.

For Counseling, Contact Dana Nolan at: 407-340-2474
For Nutritionist, Contact Tejal Paekh at: 321-438-2831

2nd Office Location
is located at:


214 East Washington Street, Suite A, Minneola, Fl. 34715


Dana is very friendly and the most understanding counselor I have met. She doesn’t scold you harshly about your flaws, is easy to talk to, and really LISTENS! I have been to some in the past, who didn’t really listen to me or understand how I feel. Since I have been seeing Dana, that has all changed. She doesn’t always have answers, but encourages me to think more critically about how I am feeling and helps me to understand myself Continue Reading

March 5, 2016

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