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When To Call it Quits…: Learn When and How to End Your Mediation and Collaborative Cases

May 10, 2023 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

When To Call it Quits…: Learn When and How to End Your Mediation and Collaborative Cases

Co-Sponsored by the Connecticut Council for Non-Adversarial Divorce and the Connecticut Psychological Association

Date & Time: Wednesday, May 10, 2023 from 9:00am to 12:00pm

Location: Best Western Hotel
201 Washington Avenue
North Haven, Ct 06473

Cost:

$125.00 CCND members
$175.00 Non-members
Refunds available for cancellation up to one week prior to event

Registrations: https://gooddivorcect.com/event/when-to-call-it-quits-learn-when-and-how-to-end-your-mediation-and-collaborative-cases/

Speaker Panel:
Eva DeFranco, Esq
Robert A. Horwitz, PhD
Louise McGlynn, JD
Karly Mitchell, MBA, CDP
Elizabeth Thayer, PhD
Louise Zito, Esq.

Workshop Abstract:

Psychologists and other mental health professionals working with people undergoing a divorce and/or custody action as a neutral Mediator or Coach in a Collaborative Divorce process, must learn when the process should be terminated.

This panel discussion by well-experienced professionals from the mental health, legal and financial professions will address issues of concern in these divorce processes. Concentration will be on things to look for during intake; red flags during the process, such as questioning the neutrality of the Mediator or Coach; non-compliance with rules of the process; and recognition that the structure of the process is no longer adhered to, for example, engaging in shuttle diplomacy or creating an ill-defined hybrid while still operating under the original Agreement to Mediate (ATM) or the Collaborative Participation Agreement (CPA).

The panel will address how to terminate the process according to the terms of the ATM and CPA and following the Standards and Ethics set forth by the IACP, APFM and CCND, as well as the specific Ethics of each profession.

Schedule:

8:30-9:00 Arrival/check in
9:00-9:05 Brief Welcome

9:05-9:30 Breakfast
9:30-11:30 Panel Discussion
11:30-12:00 Questions, post-discussion reflections

Objectives: By the end of the presentation, participants will be able to:

1. Understand and name at least 2 “red flags” indicating the process is breaking down.
2. Recognize at least 2 indications that impasse has truly occurred and when the process has broken down.
3. Identify 2 underlying personal emotions that prevent one from terminating the process.
4. Identify 2 underlying “team” (collaborative and co-mediation) emotions preventing termination.
5. State when and how to end the process as a Mediator or Co-Mediator.
6. State when and how to end the process as a neutral Collaborative team member.
7. State when to withdraw as a Collaborative Team member.

Details

Date:
May 10, 2023
Time:
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
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Organizers

Connecticut Psychological Associaton
Connecticut Council for Non-Adversarial Divorce (CCND)

Venue

Best Western Hotel, 201 Washington Avenue, North Haven, Ct 06473
201 Washington Avenue
North Haven, 06473 United States
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