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This training is geared for divorce professionals who have expressed a desire to transition their practice from a litigation model to a more client-centered divorce process. You may have taken training(s) in Collaborative Practice or Mediation. You may even have 'done some' of either. You might be part of an organization of others who 'do some' of each.
Despite such efforts, most such professionals find that they are still making the vast majority of their income as a Warrior in the adversarial system, as opposed to a Peacemaker in the Collaborative or Mediation model. This has caused many professionals who spent time and money to be trained and who really would prefer to be Peacemakers to believe that it simply is not possible to do so.
This disconnect between your desire to transition your practice from one steeped in the adversarial model to one based on productive Peacekeeping and your concern about economic return from such a transition is a tension that has led to this training. We have designed this course to address this tension experienced by practitioners. Our intention in offering this class is to provide you ideas, resources, and to demonstrate proven models of new ways of practice from which you can gain personal satisfaction and increased income from your peacemaking work.