We would like to introduce Ms. Cynthia Salameh, attorney, certified family mediator, and qualified parenting coordinator, the newest addition to D’Arienzo Psychological Group. Ms. Salameh, a licensed Florida attorney, graduated from Florida Coastal School of Law in 2007 and received her undergraduate degree from the University of North Florida. Originally from Texas, Ms. Salameh has lived in Jacksonville for 14 years with her husband and three children. She has joined D’Arienzo Psychological Group as a qualified Parenting Coordinator and a Florida Supreme Court Family Mediator. She has worked with various law firms as a project attorney, but her most humbling work experience was during her time with Jacksonville Legal Aid, where she assisted families of developmentally disabled children. Through her experiences and passion, as well as her training and ability to resolve disputes, Ms. Salameh has chosen to dedicate her work to parenting coordination and family mediation.
Cynthia Salameh, Esquire is an independent contractor with D’Arienzo Psychology
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