This two-day Team Training course is open to all fields. Participants will be Collaboratively trained and be able to open their own practice in this growing field. For those already Collaboratively trained, it will develop and enhance your skills as a Collaborative divorce professional as you learn the keys to growing an effective Collaborative practice.
- Grasp the fundamentals of Interdisciplinary Collaborative Practice.
- Discover and develop your skills in interest-based negotiation.
- Experience how Collaborative practice integrates the roles and functions of all team members.
- Examine the legal, financial, and emotional aspects of divorce and how Collaborative Practice addresses those dynamics.
- Practice results-oriented techniques for helping your clients reach successful resolutions to their disputes.
- Begin to identify and implement strategies for success with high-conflict clients and how to navigate challenging cases.
- Discover how to build a Collaborative Divorce Team and how to work effectively and efficiently with other disciplines.
- Assess client appropriateness for Collaborative Practice and develop the skill of enrolling clients and spouses in the Collaborative model and keeping them
- This training will enhance the skills of practicing Collaborative professionals while building a thorough foundation for professionals new to the model.
- While the objective of this training is to assist professionals in developing their skills as Collaborative practitioners, you will be able to use the tools provided in
many other professional settings.
This training meets the IACP standards for Introductory Interdisciplinary Collaborative Practice Training.
Adele D’Ari, EdD – Mental Health Professional
Debbie May, CPA, CFP®, CDFA™ – Financial Specialist
Dillina Stickley, JD – Collaborative Attorney
Marshall Yoder, MA, JD – Collaborative Attorney