In Brazil, every year in February, hundreds of people gather in the City of Lamentations, Capital of the State of Eternal Causes, to attend the Fantastic Disputes Convention. We interviewed the organizers to know a little more about the Convention, and we got some revealing information.
Today I am thinking about the value that IACP provides its current and future members and reflection on a past meeting with my fellow board members.
Here are some takeaways:
By: Chris Farish Co-Chair IACP Research Committee
By Louise E Livesay Member IACP Research Committee
By Nancy Williger Member IACP Research Committee
What did the IACP research study show us about how clients feel about each other after the Collaborative Process is over?
By: Dr. Randy Heller, Member IACP Research Committee
By: Robert M. Arthur, Member IACP Research Committee
At least in my practice group, we stress the respectfulness of the Collaborative Process as a differentiating factor compared to other divorce processes. Our clients seem to have heard that message, because it was the top reason that clients chose a Collaborative Divorce Process, according to the most recent IACP research study, the Divorce Experience Study. In that study, 78% of respondents who chose Collaborative for their divorce said that they chose Collaborative because it was a “more respectful process.”
By: Jeremy S. Gaies, Psy.D., and Adam B. Cordover, J.D., M.A.
By: Tonda Mattie, Member IACP Research Committee
By Linda Wray, Co-Chair IACP Research Committee