APFM Webinars

APFM webinars are offered live as a benefit to APFM members. Others may pay a fee to attend a live webinar.

To register for an upcoming webinar, click on the webinar of interest below to be taken to the registration page.

If you have an idea for a future APFM webinar, please submit your proposal using the form on this page.

 

Upcoming Webinars and Online Courses

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Past Webinars for APFM members: Log in Required

Our goal is to make prior APFM webinars available to members to view online any time. Webinar recordings are available at no additional cost to APFM members logged into the website. APFM members may either:

  1. Log in here and then return to this page to choose a recorded webinar; or
  2. Click on the “LOG IN” link below the webinar you’d like to view. When you login, you should be returned automatically to the page where you can view the webinar you’ve selected.

Once logged in, you can view as many recorded webinars as you like.

Past Webinars for the Public

If you are not an APFM member but would like to see one or more of our recorded webinars, please visit our Vimeo channel at https://vimeo.com/apfmnet, where you will find many of the recordings. You may rent the recordings for a fee.

List of Available Recordings (click to expand)
TitlePresenter(s)Date
Town Hall Series 2021: Mediator’s Search For Meaning 2.0 (Part 2: The Heart of the Mediator)Michael Aurit, David Hoffman, Michael Lang, Jocelyn Wurzburg, Leyla Balakhane, Crystal Thorpe, and Max Markin7/15/2021
Town Hall Series 2021: Mediator’s Search For Meaning 2.0 (Part 1: The Mind of the Mediator)Michael Aurit, Nina Meierding, Deborah Sword, Susan Guthrie, Larry Fong,
Don Saposnek, and Alex Glassmann
6/17/2021
Google Ads for Family Mediators: Delivering Potential Clients to Your Website with the Flip of a Switch Cliff Rohde5/26/2021
Mediating a Divorce When a Child Has Autism Spectrum Disorder (Part 2: Finances)Lawrence R. Jones, Cynthia Haddad, and Paul Prior4/30/2021
Who Keeps the Dog? How Can You Bring the Pet’s Perspective into the Divorce Process?Karis Nafte3/23/2021
Mediating a Divorce When a Child Has Autism Spectrum Disorder (Part 1: Parenting) Lawrence R. Jones, Michael C. Selbst, Cynthia-Policastro Smith, and Joni Jones2/10/2021
(Diversity Workshop Series) Unconscious Bias: Creating an Understanding that Works for Everyone with David Campt (Part II)David Campt1/29/2021
(Diversity Workshop Series) Unconscious Bias: Creating an Understanding that Works for Everyone with David Campt
David Campt11/20/2020
Intimate Partner Abuse in Adults and Divorce Mediation Tina Zhang7/31/2020
Emotional Regulation & Improving Communication Skills: What Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) Concepts Can Teach Family MediatorsTammy Berman 6/25/2020
Dealing with Difficult People During COVID-19 Bill Eddy6/3/2020
COVID-19 Town Hall Series Part 6: Mediating Financial Issues Online During This Unprecedented Economic CrisisMichael Aurit, Laury Adams, Lani Baron,
Robert Bordett, Kristyn Carmichael,
Justin Kelsey, Chip Rose, and Amanda Singer
5/29/2020
COVID-19 Town Hall Series Part 5: Screening Online for Domestic ViolenceMichael Aurit, Connie Beck, Sue Bronson, Robin Deutsch, Elizabeth Hyde
Marilyn McKnight, and Ellen Waldorf
5/15/2020
COVID-19 Town Hall Series Part 4: Cutting Edge Ideas for Parenting Plans Affected by COVID-19Michael Aurit, Robin Deutsch, Bill Eddy, Larry Fong, Hilary Linton, Ken Neumann, and Don Saposnek5/1/2020
COVID-19 Town Hall Series Part 3: Marketing Online Divorce and Family MediationMichael Aurit, Jim Melamed, Amanda Singer, Justin Kelsey, Barry Davis, Woody Mosten, Rebecca Neale, and Julie Gentili Armbrust4/10/2020
COVID-19 Town Hall Series Part 2: Mediating Family Issues Related to COVID-19Michael Aurit, Steve Erickson, Marilyn McKnight, Jim Melamed, Forrest “Woody” Mosten, Ken Neumann, Don Saposnek, Amanda Singer4/3/2020
Religion & Politics: Mediating Values-Based DisputesAlex Glassman 3/31/2020
COVID-19 Town Hall Series Part 1: Online Mediation Nuts and BoltsMichael Aurit, Jim Melamed, Amanda Singer, Max Markin, Clare Fowler, Justin Kelsey, and Barry Davis3/27/2020
Introduction to Business ValuationsDavid Consigli 2/25/2020
Predicting risk and safety in family mediationHilary Linton 1/21/2020
Research for Family Mediators: Recent Findings with Relevance for PracticeRobert Emery9/10/2019
New Ways for Families®: Teaching Clients Key Skills for MediationBill Eddy6/13/2019
The Underbelly and Dynamics of High-Conflict DivorceDon Saposnek5/23/2019
Special Needs Children in Mediation CasesDon Saposnek3/28/2019
Asking Good Questions: If We’re Born Curious, Why Must the Art of Questioning Be Taught? Michael Lang1/24/2019
Beyond Settlement: Fifty Shades of SatisfactionMichael Lang 9/25/2018
The Children’s Support Account: A Cooperative Alternative to Disputes Over Child SupportSteve Erickson and Marilyn McKnight6/13/2018
Impasse Strategies for Divorce MediatorsSteve Erickson and Marilyn McKnight5/16/2018
Mediating Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements: Challenges and OpportunitiesVicki L. Shemin and Jonathan E. Fields4/18/2018
Emerging Issues in Mediating with Same Sex CouplesMarta J. Papa2/23/2018
Conflict with Older Adults: Is Elder Mediation the Answer?Anita Dorczak1/26/2018
Mediator ResilienceStephen H. Sulmeyer12/6/2017
The Cultural Mindset: Thinking Globally – Acting LocallyAfsaneh Nahavandi11/13/2017
Collaborative Mediation: The New Divorce SolutionStacey Langenbahn10/12/2017
What Does Your Child Think of Her Best Interests? – Guidelines for Including the Child in MediationDon Saposnek9/20/2017
Come Together Right Now Over Mediation: Using Peer Groups to Improve Your PracticeMichael Aurit, Justin L. Kelsey, and Amanda D. Singer8/30/2017
Proposal-Focused MediationBill Eddy7/27/2017
What Mediators Need to Know About Mental Health ConcernsDan Bernstein4/11/17
Creating and Building A Family Mediation PracticeVirginia L. Colin2/7/2017
Get It in Writing: A Scrivener Skills Session for MediatorsKen Rosenbaum11/16/2016
Introduction to Parenting CoordinationMarie Termini10/5/2016
Crafting and Drafting Parenting PlansDon Saposnek8/2/2016
Marital MediationJohn Fiske7/6/2016
Mediation-Arbitration (Med-Arb): Benefits & ChallengesCarol W. Hickman and Arlene H. Henry6/28/2016
Towards a Uniform Model of Screening and Safety Planning for Family Dispute Resolution ProfessionalsCarol W. Hickman and Arlene H. Henry5/17/2016
Creative Core Financial Solutions: Facilitating Client-Centered SuccessChip Rose1/19/2016
Dealing with Difficult People During COVID-19 with Bill Eddy

Dealing with Difficult People During COVID-19 with Bill Eddy

In this webinar Bill Eddy will explain some of the predictable dynamics of difficult people, some methods for dealing with them as colleagues or family members, and some tips for mediating disputes with them during these stressful times. This webinar was recorded June 3, 2020.

To access this content, you must be a current member of APFM and logged into the website. Please click here to login.

Propose a Webinar

Do you have an idea for a webinar of interest to the professional family mediation community? Maybe you will be our next presenter! Please submit your proposal below and our training committee will respond in short order. Thank you!

Webinar Presentation Solicitation Form

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To successfully promote the webinar, we prefer to have at least 45 days between the announcement of the webinar and the webinar itself.

Proposals will not be reviewed until they are complete.  If any additional or supplemental materials including handouts are not ready to be included in this form, please email them to [email protected] as soon as they become available.

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