This webinar will review the best practices for dispute-resolvers in situations where values or identity play a significant role. This webinar is scheduled for March 31, 2020.
This webinar from David Consigli will show the basic concepts of the complexity of valuing small to medium privately held businesses. Recorded February 25, 2020.
This webinar will focus on how we make use of modern technology to advance the practice, build a better business model, and stay true to the heart of mediation. This webinar is scheduled for April 28, 2020.
The Virtual World of Parent-Child Contact: Exploring the Views and Experiences of Children, Parents and Family Justice Professionals
The Virtual World of Parent-Child Contact explores the views and experiences of children, parents and family justice professionals. By Rachel Birnbaum, Ph.D.
What Family Dispute Resolution Professionals Need to Know About Screening for Family Violence: Predicting risk and safety in family mediation with Hilary Linton
This webinar from Hilary Linton will help equip family mediators and others working with separating couples to better identify, assess and manage risk in their practices. Recorded Tuesday, January 21, 2020.
Robert Emery, Ph.D., will highlight recent empirical studies of particular relevance to family mediators. Joint physical custody will be the focus. Scheduled for Sept 10, 2019.
“New Ways for Families®: Teaching Clients Key Skills for Mediation,” an APFM webinar featuring Bill Eddy, Recorded June 13, 2019.
“The Underbelly and Dynamics of High-Conflict Divorce,” an APFM webinar on managing high conflict divorce situations in mediation, featuring Donald Saposnek. Recorded May 23, 2019.
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. Online Course recordings are not available.
“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.