This 90-minute presentation will be held on January 26, 2022. The webinar highlights fathers’ experiences of bias and powerlessness in mediation, viewed against the current socio-political backdrop of gender power struggles within the modern family.
This two-part workshop series will focus on the skills and tools needed to build relationships across differences and will be led by Matthew Freeman and Dr. David Campt. Part 1 takes place on February 17, 2022. Part 2 is on March 17, 2022.
This workshop series will focus on the skills and tools needed to build relationships across differences and will be led by Matthew Freeman and Dr. David Campt. This is the second part of a two-part series, taking place on March 17, 2022.
This 90-minute presentation was held November 30, 2021. It provides insights and information on the status and strategies associated with creation of a nationally recognized performance-based credentialing program for all professional mediators.
Google Ads for Family Mediators: Delivering Potential Clients to Your Website with the Flip of a Switch
This 60-minute presentation, recorded May 26, 2021, addresses how to effectively deploy Google Ads to deliver potential clients to your website with a goal toward getting them to inquire about your services.
This 90-minute presentation, recorded April 30, 2021, addresses the financial issues involved when mediating a divorce where a child has autism spectrum disorder.
Who Keeps the Dog? How Can You Bring the Pet’s Perspective into the Divorce Process? with Karis Nafte
This 90-minute presentation, recorded on March 23, 2021, is designed to give you practical tools when dealing with pet custody/guardianship.
This 90-minute presentation, held February 10, 2021, addressed topics including Autism Across the Spectrum: Key Points for Parents and Professionals; National Special Education Laws (the IDEA). and much more.
Part 2 of our Unconscious Bias workshop was presented by Dr. David Campt and Matthew Freeman, on Friday, January 29, 2021. This joint program, presented by APFM, Massachusetts Council on Family Mediation (MCFM), and Massachusetts Collaborative Law Council (MCLC), continues to take a family mediation focus on diversity issues vital to our practices and to our society.
The keynote reviewed the insidious nature of unconscious bias, explore the ways that our lack of recognition of it and of built-in racial hierarchies tend to undermine goals of an inclusive, caring and just society and collaborative professions. The video is available to non-members to rent on Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/ondemand/apfm20201120/487462963