In this online course, you will learn cutting edge strategies to handle custody matters in geographical relocation cases, within a single state, to other states, and to other countries. Held April 12, 2019.read more
“Special Needs Children in Mediation Cases,” an APFM webinar on creating a parenting plan in cases involving special needs children, featuring Donald Saposnek, was recorded March 28, 2019.
“The Underbelly and Dynamics of High-Conflict Divorce,” an APFM webinar on managing high conflict divorce situations in mediation, featuring Donald Saposnek, scheduled for May 23, 2019.read more
“Asking Good Questions,” an APFM webinar on improving outcomes in family mediation by asking questions, featuring Michael Lang, recorded January 24, 2019.
By Patricjk Bailey | If you need to conduct an intervention because of a family member’s addiction, having a family mediator manage the process can foster understanding and resolve pressing issues.read more
By Virginia Colin | APFM was created with almost impossible dreams. How much progress have we made? What great things might we do in the future? The President of APFM reports that we have built a strong foundation.read more
“Beyond Settlement: Fifty Shades of Satisfaction,” an APFM webinar on managing client satisfaction featuring Michael Lang. Recorded Sept. 25, 2018.
By Christina McGhee | Kids need reassuring but honest information about how their lives will be changing. Talk with your children in a direct way, using clear language.read more
By Larry Gaughan | It is time to recreate the excitement of the 1980’s and move family mediation toward recognition as a fully established, separate, credentialed profession.read more
By Lisa Gabardi | On the road to becoming responsible, respectful adults, teens benefit from having parents who stay involved, share information, and coordinate plans and rules. Opportunities to manipulate and deceive parents decrease when divorced parents keep each other well informed about their teenagers.read more