Teresa Parnell

121 W. Sybelia Ave.
Maitland, Florida 32751
United States
Office Phone: 407-862-2722
Member since 2008
Membership Type: IACP

Profession(s)

Psychologist, Mediator

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Area(s) of Practice: Collaborative Law, Mediation, Trainer, Teacher, Child Specialist
License(s): Licensed Psychologist Certified Appellate, County, Civil, Dependency, and Family Mediator Certified Addictions Professionals

Undergraduate Education

B.A. Psychology/Art, Flagler College, April 1984

Postgraduate Education

Psy.D. Clinical Psychology (APA-approved), Florida Institute of Technology, August 1990
M.S. Clinical Psychology, University of Central Florida, December 1988
M.A. Conflict Resolution, Dominican University, May 2020

Professional Education

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Comments

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Training Offered

2-Day Introductory Interdisciplinary Collaborative Practice Training
Advanced Collaborative Practice Training (hourly, half-day 1-Day or 2-Day), various topics including:
Growing Your Collaborative Community
Growing Your Practice Through Access to Collaborative Programs
Low Bono and Pro Bono Collaborative Program Development
Parenting Plan Development in Collaborative Process
Beyond Basic Training: Orientation, Mentoring, and Notetaking
Use of Mediation to Assist Collaborative Closure

Training Conducted

Introductory Interdisciplinary Collaborative Practice Training 2011 to present
Advanced Collaborative Practice Training, various topics including:
Growing Your Collaborative Community
Growing Your Practice Through Access to Collaborative Programs
Low Bono and Pro Bono Collaborative Program Development
Parenting Plan Development in Collaborative Process
Beyond Basic Training: Orientation, Mentoring, and Observation
Mediation and Collaborative Process

Collaborative Training Offered

Introductory Interdisciplinary Collaborative Practice Training
Advanced Collaborative Practice Training, various topics including:
Growing Your Collaborative Community
Growing Your Practice Through Access to Collaborative Programs
Low Bono and Pro Bono Collaborative Program Development
Parenting Plan Development in Collaborative Process
Beyond Basic Training: Orientation, Mentoring, and Notetaking
Use of Mediation to Assist Collaborative Closure

Collaborative Training Reference

Brenda London
Lee O. Upton
Barbara Kelly