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November 30, 2018

Introduction to Collaborative Practice

Unity Spiritual Center Denver

3021 S University Blvd, Denver, Colorado

Friday, November 30, 2018 - 8am to 5pm

MUST REGISTER BY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 23

 

CCDP’s Introduction to Collaborative Practice Training provides an overview of the basics of Collaborative Practice.

This Introductory Interdisciplinary Collaborative Training includes an introduction to the Collaborative Process including skills development, ethics and practice development, and other practical considerations with an emphasis on team building and how to work as or with a neutral.

Benefits of Attending:

  • CLE Credits: 7 General and 1.1 Ethics

  • Learn the fundamentals of the Collaborative Law model and how to apply it to Family Law cases

  • Develop results-oriented techniques to help clients reach successful resolutions to disputes

  • Identify and implement strategies for success and how to navigate challenging cases

  • Panel discussion, Role plays and Demonstrations

  • Agenda

Train with experienced professionals who are passionate about this approach:

  • Cyndi Brewster, Esq. of Harrington, Brewster & Clein, PC

  • Sandi Gumeson, CPA, CDFA of Wellspring Divorce Advisors

  • Terri Harrington, Esq. of Harrington, Brewster & Clein, PC

  • Diana Powell, Esq., of Griffiths Law PC

  • Ronnie Rosenbaum of Rosenbaum Associates

  • Meggin Rutherford, Esq. of Rutherford Law Center, LLC

  • Tamara Vincelette, Esq. of Tamara K. Vincelette PC 

  • Danae Woody, Esq. of Woody Law Firm LLC

 

ATTENDEES INCLUDE:

  • Family law attorneys

  • Psychologists and other mental health professionals

  • Coaches, social workers, and mediators

  • Financial professionals

  • Child development and co-parenting specialists

  • Anyone assisting family clients in conflict

Expect to hear insightful practical advice, honest answers, and inspiring stories from seasoned professionals who have moved beyond the expensive adversarial litigation process and who are dedicated to creating a satisfying and deeper resolution for divorcing couples.

“The trainers kept me engaged throughout the entire event.” Susan L. (Denver)

Class size is limited. Sign up today!

 

Registration and Fees:

  • $200 – Experienced Professionals with 5+ years of Collaborative Practice

  • $150 – Professionals with Less than 5 Years Experience in Collaborative Practice

  • Registration fee covers the training, morning coffee, lunch, and snacks

  • Please select the appropriate experience level above, and add to cart. Cart will appear at top right of page.

  • All Registrants are eligible to receive a $50 discount off of a 2018-19 CCDP Membership if you join/renew by February 1, 2019. Payment of dues grants you one full year of membership from date of payment.

    • Note: Members are also required to join IACP for full Membership benefits. 

  • To mail-in Payments, please use the form to register. To finalize your registration, enter the code CHECK at checkout which will take your payment due to zero on the form. You will need to enter a billing address to finish the registration. Please Make All Checks Payable to CCDP, then mail your check before November 23, 2018 to:

    • CCDP - PO Box 12469, Denver, CO 80212               


 

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