Hudson Valley Collaborative Divorce and Dispute Resolution Association is committed to informing the public about the Collaborative process and to build and support thriving Practice Groups. We believe education and training will ensure the growth and longevity of the Collaborative process for resolving disputes.
IACP Holds the 16th Annual Networking and Educational Forum
IACP is holding their 16th Annual Forum in Washington D.C. The theme this year is “25 Years of Collaborative Practice: Honoring the Past and […]
IACP is holding their 16th Annual Forum in Washington D.C. The theme this year is “25 Years of Collaborative Practice: Honoring the Past and Celebrating the Future”. It will be held at the Renaissance Hotel in Downtown Washington D.C. In addition to eight pre-forum classes and 34 workshops, Donna Hicks will speak on Dignity: Its Essential Role in Resolving Conflict; Dacher Keltner will speak on 21st Century Power: Principles, Practives, and Positive Social Change, and Barbara McAfee will speak on How to Sustain Humanity and Energy in Collaborative Practice. The forums are always very stimulating and reinvigorating. We urge all professional members of our association to attend. This year Micki McWade and Kathryn Lazar will be presenting on special considerations when dealing with addiction in the collaborative process. To register for the forum, go to www.collaborativepractice.com.
IACP Offers Introductory Interdisciplinary CP Training
The International Association of Collaborative Professionals will be offering an Introductory Interdisciplinary Collaborative Practice Training on October 15 – 16, 2015 in Washington D.C. […]
The International Association of Collaborative Professionals will be offering an Introductory Interdisciplinary Collaborative Practice Training on October 15 – 16, 2015 in Washington D.C. This training is open to lawyers, financial professionals and mental health professionals who want to become collaborative professionals, and is a pre-requisite to joining our local practice community. The training is also offered elsewhere, and every two years, we offer it locally. If you want more information about this, go to the IACP website, www.collaborativepractice.com.
Dr. Joy A. Dryer, Ph.D. will give a presentation on October 3, 2015 along with Merri Hanson MA to the Interdisciplinary Divorce Catalyst Conference […]
Dr. Joy A. Dryer, Ph.D. will give a presentation on October 3, 2015 along with Merri Hanson MA to the Interdisciplinary Divorce Catalyst Conference in New York City. The presentation will explore the multiple psycho-socio-biologic meanings and unique characteristics, often “underground” of what the “Gray Divorce Revolution” means. There is a significant increase in the number of mature couples separating – and this presentation is specifically oriented towards the special issues raised by such couples.
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...