The Collaborative Divorce process continues to experience a huge growth of matrimonial cases resolved. More and more these days, clients are calling our offices for information about a process that can assist them in their divorce without damaging everything that is most important to them. If you are interested in being trained in transforming how people resolve conflict, save this date to join us at the Cambria Hotel in White Plains on November 1, 2, and 4, 2019.
Rather than resorting to court intervention to resolve disputes, Collaborative Divorce allows couples to work with a team, which includes their respective attorneys as well as coaches, a child specialist and a financial neutral, to help serve the needs of all family members. This three-day intensive training provides a sound foundation to interdisciplinary Collaborative Divorce theory, practice, and skills development as well as ethics and practice development considerations. Participants learn how to work within a multidisciplinary team and how the Collaborative Divorce process integrates the roles and functions of all team members to best assist families reach in their process of restructuring. This program is open to mental health and financial professionals as well as attorneys.
Continuing Education Credits for Mental Health Professionals are pending.
NYS Continuing Legal Education Credits will be provided. This program is suitable for newly admitted and experienced attorneys. Reduction in fee is available based on economic need. Reduction in fee is available based on economic need. If you have special needs, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Presenter: New York Association of Collaborative Professionals
Cambria Hotel White Plains - Downtown
250 Main Street, White Plains, NY 10601
Lauren Behrman, Ph.D., Lili Vasileff CFP, CDFA, MAFF and Deborah Wayne, Esq.
Early Bird Registration until 10/1/2019: $ 975.00
Regular Registration after 10/1/2019: $1,125.00