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Thursday, July 18, 2019

16-Hour Parenting Coordination Training*
September 23-24, 2019
​Attorneys:  Ethics and CLE credits will be applied for

Two-Day Training Program for Parenting Coordinators, Mediators, Custody Evaluators, Attorneys, Judges, Therapists, Parent Educators, and Other Professionals Who Work with High Conflict Families

Christine Crilley presents a comprehensive training that will form a foundation for your Parenting Coordination Practice. Parenting Coordination is an alternative dispute resolution process that is non-confidential, child centered; whereby the parenting coordinator works with parents (usually high conflict) toward a healthier co-parenting relationship, dispute resolution and decision making (sometimes by contract or Court Order the parenting coordinator makes the decision when the parents are unwilling or unable to do so).

 This specialty training is in topics relating to parenting coordination including the parenting coordination process, guidelines for the practice, family dynamics, domestic violence, best interest of the children, dealing with high conflict parents, parenting skills, problem solving techniques, dealing with conflict and much more.  And yes, we do a lot of role playing so you get a chance to practice parenting coordination.

*This training follows the AFCC Guidelines for Parenting Coordination.

14-Hour Collaborative Law Training*
October 3-4, 2019
Attorneys: 1.5 Ethics and 15.75 CLE credits

Two-Day Training For Mediators, Collaborative Professionals, Attorneys, CPAs, Financial Planners, Therapists, Child Advocates

Christine Crilley presents a comprehensive training that will form a foundation for your Collaborative Law Practice.  Collaborative Resolution occurs when parties work together as a “team” to reach a mutually agreeable solution. Attorneys facilitate the process for their clients and other “team” members in Iowa may include other Collaborative Professionals such as Financial Planners, CPAs, and Child Specialists (some jurisdictions also include Mental Health Coach).

The training will help you to develop a basic plan to set up a collaborative practice or to use the knowledge gained to become more effective with other people that you encounter or facilitate a dispute resolution process. 

For more information and registration forms on these and other trainings and seminars visit: or call our office: (319) 363-5606 or email: