Hudson Valley Collaborative Divorce and Dispute Resolution Association members regularly write and post articles. Keep up with new ideas related to Collaborative Divorce and Dispute Resolution and see how successful it can be.
Clients often want to know what makes for a “good divorce”. They instinctively know that keeping their children front and center in their divorce process will make for a better outcome for everyone in the family. However, few people seem able to articulate the stages of a process that yields what both spouses feel will […]
No matter how long you and your ex-spouse were married, you may have set aside some of your dreams for one reason or another. Now that you are divorced, you can think about those dreams again. Starting a new chapter in your life after divorce can be liberating and daunting. The possibilities are many, […]
In their seminal work, Collaborative Divorce, Pauline Tessler and Peggy Thompson, noted pioneers in Collaborative Divorce and co-founders of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals, assert that Collaborative Divorce “applies what we know about marriage and divorce from the realms of psychology, sociology, history, law, communication theory, conflict resolution theory, finance, and other realms in […]
No one likes to think, when entering into a marriage that it will at some point come to an unhappy ending. Along the way many couples realize that the marriage is no longer working. Some are able to...
Who should I Call? Find Appropriate Resources and Services for Your Clients: An Interactive Panel to Identify Mental Health Resources for Service Providers in the Hudson Valley
It is often difficult for mental health service providers in private practice to be aware of the multitude of services available to them and their clients in the Hudson Valley. This panel presentation...