REGISTER TODAY FOR THE INTRODUCTORY TRAINING FOR COLLABORATIVE FAMILY LAW IN WISCONSIN
UPCOMING TRAINING SESSION – June 13 & 14, 2019
CENTER FOR GRADUATE STUDIES - CARROLL UNIVERSITY
June 14-15, 2018 | 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM
Center for Graduate Studies | Carroll University
2140 Davidson Road Waukesha, WI 53186
CFLCW Member fee for this training is $350. Non-member fee is $595. Wisconsin Assn of Mediators members pay the CFLCW Member rate. Students may enroll at a special rate of $149*, as do current CFLCW Members attending under the “refresher rate.” The training includes up to 14 CLE, including 1.0 Ethics credit.
Non-members who join CFLCW at the time of registration pay the Member rate and are automatically enrolled in the Collaborative Academy for the following 12 months. Joining CFLCW does require a one-time initiation fee as follows: Attorney – $400, Financial Specialist – $300 and Mental Health Professional – $250. Initiation fee may be paid via optional installments.
*Proof of Student status is required. Contact CFLCW for details at 414-358-9266.
The Collaborative Family Law Council of Wisconsin (CFLCW) debuted its acclaimed interdisciplinary basic training “The Building Blocks of Collaborative Family Law” in 2004. Since then, the training content has been consistently updated with new material and concepts. In 2016, we created the Collaborative Academy – a dynamic new extension of your initial training that continues throughout your first year of your Collaborative Practice. In 2017, we added training on the emerging models of the Collaborative Practice, such as the “facilitator model” and “one-coach model.” For 2018 the training was up[dated with actual case “demos” and a greater emphasis upon the practical application of the Collaborative Process.
Building Blocks is the initial component of the training required of Collaborative Professionals. It is then followed by the 5 Collaborative Academy continuing education sessions on the practical aspects of Collaborative Practice. The sessions begin about 60 days following the Building Blocks session, are held approximately every other month, and each are 60 minutes in length. The Academy offers a total of 5 continuing education credits, 1 of which is an Ethics credit. Participation in Building Blocks and the Academy will provide a comprehensive and detailed exposure to the Collaborative Process.
With Building Blocks, you will learn
- The basic steps in a collaborative divorce
- The role of each professional team member
- Skills to effectively conduct client interviews
- Skills to avoid impasse
- Ethical considerations impacting collaborative practice
- How teamwork enhances the collaborative process
The Academy sessions will cover topics such as
- Talking to Clients about the Collaborative Process/Client Intake
- Forming the Team and Communicating within the Team
- What the Team needs to know about the Facilitative Approach
- Ethics & Collaborative Practice
- How to Deal with Complex Issues and Tough Cases
- How to effectively use the Collaborative Tools