Who Is Todd Singer?
I grew up in a family where community service was a regular focus. We volunteered at homeless shelters and were taught these ideals in the synagogue. My mother is also a therapist, so combine these experiences and I grew up learning the importance of empathy and helping others.
During my years in college at George Washington University, I learned even more about psychology (and foreign policy, but that’s a bit less relevant here). When I graduated, I knew I wanted to help people but wasn’t sure how. I ended up working for a non-profit in the New England area working on public interest campaigns focused on questions of law and how it can serve people. This experience showed me a way that I could marry my upbringing with my burgeoning interest in the law and by the following year, I was entering law school.
I am now thrilled to be a part of SDFMC, where we really put the family in family mediation. The work we do goes a long way towards helping people achieve lasting agreements with their financial, emotional, and mental well-being intact, and I am proud to be a part of it.
What I Want Our Clients to Know
The most important thing I want our clients to know is that, while it won’t always be easy, I can help them find a resolution. We have the experience, tools, and resources to help clients move forward through whatever issues they are trying to address. I have worked in both high-stress and high-conflict situations and I am committed to helping our clients succeed.