Sunday, November 28, 2020

A Training DVD Made for Practice Groups

Many practice groups have purchased the training DVD that I produced, demonstrating how a full interdisciplinary collaborative team handles an increasingly complex divorce involving an apparently high functioning couple whose dysfunctional family secrets explode during the collaborative process.

Groups that have purchased the DVD describe it as extremely useful, providing a high quality vehicle for training group members in interdisciplinary collaborative team "best practices." Your practice group training committee may want to consider purchasing a copy, for any of the following uses:

  • It can provide a year or more of content-rich discussion topics for practice group meetings: show two or three clips per meeting and use the discussion guide to help build skills and consensus among group members.
  • It can be a vehicle for bringing new practice group members up to speed about "how we do it around here." New members can be required to view the complete DVD as part of first year group membership requirements.
  • It can form the agenda for a study group to work on for a year.
  • It can be used as part of a practice group mentoring program.

The DVD focuses on how the team interacts to provide a safe container for what otherwise would surely become a catastrophic high conflict divorce. It comes with a CD-Rom containing chapter by chapter discussion guide as well as notes for trainers.

Watch this short preview:



Use this order form to purchase the DVD:
http://www.collaborativedivorcenews.com/2008/10/order-new-hal-and-elaine-dvd.html

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