Membership in Collaborative Practice California is open to Collaborative practice groups of attorneys, mental health professionals, and financial specialists throughout the State.
Membership is vital for those professional groups that are committed to bringing the collaborative process to divorcing families and others involved in disputes. In addition to being part of this dynamic organization dedicated to peace-making, membership provides the following benefits:
- Listing in the “Locate a Professional” section in the CP Cal website, with a link to your group website–essential for referrals
- Access to the members-only section of the CP Cal website–a wealth of resources, documents, forms, practice guides, etc.
- Participation in the CP Cal insurance program for your events
- Subscription to the Delegates Update and other news/announcements
- Notice of Collaborative Practice training opportunities at all levels
- Participation on CP Cal committees
- Advancement of your Collaborative practice through our tools, seminars, forums, references and other resources
- Participation in the Divorce Options program
- Networking and education at the annual conferences, including continuing education credits for all professions
- Opportunities for discounts at CP Cal annual conference through the Scholarships and Rewards program
- Participation in outreach to Mental Health, Financial and Legal professionals
- Access to Public Education Materials
- Connecting with CP Cal and other member groups through the Delegate Conclaves
- Reinvigorating your group through the Presidents’ Roundtables and Board/Committee member visits
- Sharing information and practice tips through the CP Cal blog
Want to become a CP Cal Member? Click here for more info.
About CP Cal
We are a statewide organization of Collaborative Practice groups.
We will help you to:
- Find Collaborative Practice professionals in your local area.
- Learn about Collaborative Practice.
- Discover other dispute resolution alternatives that will keep you out of court.
Our member groups include collaborative lawyers, mental health practitioners, financial specialists, and other professionals. The Collaborative Process is being used in divorce and family law, domestic partnerships, same sex marriages, employment law, probate law, construction and real property law, malpractice, and other civil law areas.
Our mission is to unify, strengthen and support the Collaborative Practice community and to increase public awareness of the Collaborative Process throughout California.
We invite you to learn more about California Collaborative Practice, and to search for a local group to find appropriate professionals to meet your needs.