Jeret, Arianna

Arianna Jeret

Arianna Jeret is a full-time mediator and CDC certified divorce coach. She focuses her mediation and divorce coaching practice on lessening the excruciating emotional trauma and financial strain of divorce by facilitating productive communication techniques in place of the habit-centered patterns that have previously led to breakdown. Arianna works closely with her clients to develop a customized process based on their specific needs to finalize their process as quickly, amicably, and cost-effectively as possible. In addition to her direct work with clients, Arianna has been heard as a guest on online radio shows “Back Talk – Caller Driven Radio” on and “The Steven Spierer Show” on and was recently featured in interviews for The Huffington Post,, and She is also a featured expert and regular contributor on and

Arianna’s experience in conflict resolution covers a broad spectrum of civil issues. She is a member of the Southern California Mediation Association, the National Association of Social Workers and the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, as well an associate member of the South Bay Chapter of the American Bar Association. She earned her Bachelor of Arts from the University of California, Los Angeles, Masters of Judaic Studies from the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, and Masters of Social Work from Columbia University.

  • Mediator at Agency for Dispute Resolution (2013 – Present)
  • Mediator and CDC Certified Divorce Coach at Arianna Jeret Mediation (2010-Present)
  • Director of Academic Fellowships at Professional Leaders Project (2006-2008)
  • Certificate in Mediating the Litigated Case from the Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution, Pepperdine University, School of Law (2009)
  • M.S.W., Social Administration at Columbia University (New York) (1999)
  • M.A., Judaic Studies at Jewish Theological Seminary of America (1999)
  • B.A. English at University of California, Los Angeles (1995)
  • Southern California Mediation Association (SCMA)
  • Association of Family and Conciliation Courts (AFCC)
  • National Association of Social Workers (NASW)

“People enter marriage to build a life together. Mediation is an opportunity to reframe divorce as a transition rather than a failure. Honoring the good they created encourages forward movement.”

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Michele T. Pfeiffer