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
To learn more about a webinar or course, or to register, click on the item of interest below.
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:
- Log in here and then return to this page to choose a recorded webinar; or
- 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)
APFM Webinar: Seismic Changes in the College Planning Landscape
This 90-minute presentation was recorded. May 11, 2022. The presentation helps lawyers and mediators to understand and navigate the landscape of college selection, financial aid issues, and other current considerations for their clients.
APFM Webinar: Mediation in the Framework of Domestic Violence
This 90-minute webinar recorded on June 9, 2022, presents the best practices for evaluating and determining whether a case is appropriate for mediation when domestic violence is involved.
Family Mediation and Autism Spectrum Disorder
This 90-minute presentation was held on April 7, 2022, and addresses issues which often arise during mediation sessions and settlement discussions, and how mediators may constructively help parents discuss and settle such issues.
Effective Allyship: Connecting Across Differences (Part 2)
Workshop 2 created opportunities for dialogue among participants to check in about how the tools and skills learned in Part 1. The session was not recorded.
Effective Allyship: Connecting Across Differences (Part 1)
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 took place on February 17, 2022. Part 2, a continuation of Part 1, is on March 17, 2022. No recording available.
APFM Webinar: How Fathers Experience Family Mediation – Findings from a New Zealand Study
This 90-minute presentation was 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.
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!
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.