The premier worldwide conference for Collaborative Practice education, the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (IACP) Forum, will be offered this year, for the first time, in an online format. This is an exceptional opportunity for all Collaborative Practice professionals to have affordable access to best practices and cutting-edge approaches from foremost leaders in Collaborative Practice around the world. There may never be a better opportunity to attend this unique and highly-anticipated annual education and networking event, being held from October 19-29, 2020. T
Those who are not able to view desired workshops live will have access to recorded content, to watch on their own schedule. As an added bonus, IACP members will receive a discount on registration that more than pays for the annual membership fee – so if you are not already an IACP member, join now to receive a $205 discount on Forum registration, on top of the full list of valuable IACP member benefits.
You can view a PDF of the Forum Sessions here
Learn more about IACP Membership and the Forum at the IACP Website.
PERFORMING AT A HIGHER LEVEL: IACP STANDARDS TO UP YOUR GAME
Monday, October 26th | 10:00 - 11:30AM PDT
Presenters: Diane Diel, Robert J. Merlin, Ed Sachs, & members of the IACP Standards & Ethics Committee.
The clients are looking at you, your teammates are counting on you, and it’s game time. Will you falter, will you shine? Don’t sweat it, because you have IACP Standards to see you through the process. Find out how you can use IACP Standards to enhance your peak performance.
NEW IACP CLIENT SURVEY: UTILIZING YOUR CLIENT'S EXPERIENCES TO IMPROVE YOUR PRACTICE
Monday, October 26th | 2:00 - 3:30PM PDT
Presenters: Robert Arthur, Randy Heller, and Nancy Williger
The IACP Research Committee has completed a new Client Experience Survey for distribution. Join us
to learn about administration and the goals of this survey.
COLLABORATIVE MEDIATION – TOOLS OF COLLABORATIVE PRACTICE IN MEDIATION PROCESSES
Tuesday, October 27th | 2:00 - 3:30PM PDT
Presenters: Susan Hansen, Casey Holtz, and Grant Zielinski
To assist families who are going through divorce or separation, and for Collaborative practitioners to participate in processes that match their philosophy, practitioners should consider how the tools of Collaborative Practice can be utilized within mediation. This workshop details how Collaborative practitioners can effectively utilize Collaborative approaches within mediation processes.