CCRE Two-Day Introductory Interdisciplinary Collaborative Training
Family law judges often tell parties “you are the expert on your lives” and encourage them to work out their divorce, yet they are still at the courthouse. Would you like to learn the skills to support your clients in finding the best solution for them outside of court? Would you like to work as a team with professionals that you trust and respect to assist your clients in creating the optimal outcome for them?
Join us to learn about Collaborative Practice, an interdisciplinary process in which parties and professionals collaborate to negotiate a mutually acceptable resolution that reflects the most important priorities of the parties and for their family. In this training, you will learn about:
‐ Philosophy and principles of Collaborative Practice
‐ How the integration of the roles of Collaborative team members benefits the parties
‐ Stages of a Collaborative case
‐ Streamlined information gathering
‐ Creating the foundation for agreement by clarifying priorities
‐ Client‐centered option development and negotiation
This course is intended for financial, mental health and legal professionals who are looking for a different way to work with clients in conflict.
This lively and engaging training includes both lectures and experiential learning exercises. The course meets IACP Minimum Standards for Introductory Interdisciplinary Collaborative Practice Trainings.
Catherine Conner, JD, CFLS has a practice that focuses on family law consensual dispute resolution, including mediation, Collaborative Practice, and private judging. She is a Collaborative Practice and mediation trainer with the Center for Understanding in Conflict. She authored Collaborative Family Law Practice Materials with Steven Neustadter and Margaret Anderson. She is a past president of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals.
Randy Cheek, MFT has been in private practice in Petaluma since 1983. He received an MA in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University in San Francisco. His specialties have included family systems therapy, couples therapy, and divorce related counseling. Additionally he specializes in co-parenting counseling, reunification counseling, and mediation regarding children’s issues in divorce. Since 2001, he has been active in the Collaborative Process in Sonoma County. He is a past president of the Board of Directors of the Collaborative Council of the Redwood Empire (CCRE) and a past member of the Board of Directors of CP Cal, the association of CP groups throughout California. http://www.randycheek.com
Susan Campbell, CFP®, CDFA™, Principal of Buena Vista Financial Resources, is a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst and a Certified Financial Planner. Ms. Campbell practices throughout the Bay Area of Northern California and has offices in San Francisco and Santa Rosa. Ms. Campbell has been trained in both mediation and Collaborative divorce and is a current Board Member of Collaborative Practice San Francisco. She is a former Board Member of Collaborative
Practice California, Collaborative Council of the Redwood Empire, and was an Affiliated Representative on the Board of the Sonoma County Bar Association. She is also a member of Collaborative Practice East Bay, Association of Divorce Financial Planners, Institute for Divorce Financial Analysts, International Academy of Collaborative Professionals, and is featured in the video, Collaborative Divorce: A Safe Place on the IACP website. https://www.BVFinancialResources.com
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