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Introductory Interdisciplinary Collaborative Practice Training - FPA Co-Sponsored Event
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 Export to Your Calendar 8/18/2017 to 8/19/2017
When: Friday and Saturday, August 18-19, 2017
9:00 am to 5:00 pm each day
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Barry University - Dwayne O. Andreas School of Law
6441 East Colonial Drive
Orlando, Florida  32807
United States
Contact: Teresa F. Parnell, PsyD
407-862-2722

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Introductory Interdisciplinary Collaborative Practice Training - Teresa F. Parnell, PsyD/FPA Co-Sponsored Event

 

Learning Objectives

Participants will be able to:

1.  Describe the difference between practicing collaboratively and practicing within the Collaborative Family Law model.

2.  Explain the distinct roles of the lawyer, mental health professional, and a financial professional in the Interdisciplinary Collaborative Law model. 

3.  Predict the general legal, financial, psychological and emotional elements of the family law client's circumstances.

4.  Explain to a client how a professional Collaborative team works together to meet the various needs of family members in this type of divorce process.

5.  Discuss the specific boundaries and ethics common to each profession i the approach and unique to each profession in this approach.

 

Approved for 11 hours of general continuing education credits, 2 hours of professional ethics and Florida Laws and Rules and 1 hour of Domestic Violence

(CE for this training is provided at no additional charge for FPA members only.  All other mental health professionals requesting CE credit must add $25 to registration fee).  

 

Fees:

 

FPA Members:  $550

FPA Sustaining Members:  $467.50

Non- FPA Members:  $575

 

(Participants are offered a $100 discount if they agree to provide services in one pro bono Collaborative case to a low income family.  This is a courtesy provided by the presenters in order to support the Barry Law School Pro Bono Collaborative Clinic and make sure that low income families can access this approach.)

 

Fee Refund Policy:  Full refund with 3-week notice of cancellation; no refund with less than 3-week notice due to  the limited space in class but another participant may be substituted.

 

Registration - To register for this event please go to:

 

http://roadmapsforresolution.com/

 

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