2022 Forum Workshop Proposal Form

Click HERE to submit Pre-Forum Institute proposals (day-long workshops October 27 & 28).

Continue reading for Forum workshop proposals.
The deadline for proposals is March 31, 2022, 5:00 pm PST (Extended date).

In anticipation of an exceptional Forum in Orlando, FL, USA on October 27-30, 2022, the Forum Planning Committee is accepting Workshop proposals earlier than in years past.  We are planning for an in-person Forum.  As the pandemic continues, we are all aware that there are many unknowns for the year ahead.  Presenters who find themselves unable to travel due to health or border-crossing issues will be excused.

Proposals of interest to coaches and financial professionals are in high demand. 

The theme, Share the Collaborative Magic will be addressed from many perspectives. You may interpret it broadly.

Keep in mind that Forum attendees have varying degrees of Collaborative Practice experience, serve in communities from around the world, and learn in various ways. 

Forum Workshops are 90-minute to 3-hour programs that run on Saturday, October 29 and Saturday, October 30, 2022.

2022 Proposal FAQs
The form is limited to 10MB file sizes. Additional materials can be submitted by clicking IACP 2022 Forum Proposals

IACP is committed to increasing access to Continuing Education credits for our attendees.  As part of this effort it is crucial that presenters provide IACP with the necessary materials early in the submission process.  This helps to ensure we have time to submit the necessary applications in a variety of jurisdictions. These materials include:

  • Timed Agenda
  • Presenter Biographies/CVs
  • Written Materials: If an activity is one hour or more in length, substantive written materials are required and must be included with the application. The required “substantive written materials” must include all syllabi and/or handouts that are made available to all attendees before or during the activity. Written materials must discuss the content and/or legal authorities discussed during the. A PowerPoint presentation may be submitted as written materials. 
    • California MHP CE approval also requires references(bibliography, etc.) which cite presentation source material to be provided.

If changes or updates need to be made to your submitted materials, please contact forum@collaborativepractice.com

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