Resolve to improve your professional practice in 2017 by attending the Collaborative Divorce Solutions of Orange County in cooperation with Collaborative Divorce Education Institute’s (CDEI) Interdisciplinary Team Training January 26-28, 2017 at National University in Costa Mesa, California.
As an intermediate or senior legal, financial, or mental health practitioner, which of the following are true at this stage of your career?
• You are tired of the grind of litigation in divorce and civil litigation
• You are tired of toxic personality clients only interested in going to war
• You are tired of being the “middle man/woman” and the client’s only resource
• You want to shift your practice orientation from litigation to collaboration, mediation or other out of court resolution processes
• You want to spend more time working with motivated, quality clients
• You want to dramatically reduce your receivables and your professional stress
• You want to help your client put their personal, financial, and social goals at the forefront of their settlement process
• You want to improve your listening, coaching, and assessment skills
• You want to learn new ways to communicate with your clients and other professionals in a way that you can be heard and understood
• You want to experience clients who value the outcomes of their settlement process choices
• You want to focus on the end goals, manage emotions, and create independence
• You want to teach clients problem-solving and coping skills
• You want to preserve family relationships and lessen stressors
• You want to renew your enthusiasm for your practice and your career
The Collaborative Divorce Solutions of Orange County (CDSOC) in cooperation with Collaborative Divorce Education Institute’s (CDEI) Three Day Collaborative Interdisciplinary Team Training will provide intermediate to advanced training which will meet or exceed minimum membership requirements of most local collaborative law practice groups. It is also beneficial for practitioners who want to develop more skills and a new understanding of how to support, lead your client, and extend your professional skill toolbox by developing a deeper understanding of informed consent, providing you with best practice forms, and equipping you with the next generation thinking of how to lead clients to agreement readiness.
Whether or not you are interested in becoming a Collaborative Professional, this Three-Day Training will strengthen your skills in Alternative Dispute Resolution, which can help you even in a litigated divorce or civil matter to de-escalate conflict and offer new ways to approach negotiation and compromise.
Don’t miss out. Seating is limited. For more information and to register, visit https://www.cdei.info/3daytraining.html
Collaborative Divorce Solutions of Orange County certifies this activity has been approved for MCLE credit by the State Bar of California in the amount of 19 hours.