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Workshops / Trainings

Building and Sustaining Your Peacemaking Practice

Building and Sustaining Your Peacemaking Practice:  

Innovative Tools for Collaborative Professionals and Family Mediators

Training held on February 22-23, 2019 in Tampa, Florida.  To learn more and register please visit .

*Advanced Training by Contributing Authors of Building A Successful Collaborative Family Law Practice (ABA 2018)

Families In Transition

Families in Transition
“Understanding Separation and Divorce Options”

If you are considering or experiencing a separation or divorce, this often comes with many unanswered questions and difficult choices.  Most individuals are not aware that there are several options available for resolving the legal and non-legal aspects that may arise.  Join us for this educational event to learn more about the alternatives available to you.

This community education program is designed to help you understand your options so that you may choose a path that best suits your needs and the needs of your family.  You will hear from two family law attorneys and one mental health professional.  They each have extensive experience in guiding individuals through family transitions related to separation and divorce.

Tuesday, January 29th, from 5:30 to 6:30 PM
Tuesday, April 30th, from 5:30 to 6:30 PM
Tuesday, September 24th, from 5:30 to 6:30 PM

All programs will be held at Nurturinse, 1741 West 26th Street, Erie, PA 16508

Space is limited!  Individuals must pre-register at .  There is no cost to attend.  

Creating Collaborative Cases

Where to begin?

Tuesday March 19th, from 12:00 to 1:00 PM


There are communities around the world in which professionals and families as well, have embraced Collaborative Practice and Mediation as a method to resolve disputes. One of the common elements that tie these communities together is that quality practitioners are always looking to grow and learn more about how to refine the outcome for clients.  They are continually looking for ways to improve their skill set and utilizing those skills as financial specialists, attorneys and mental health professionals.

This training allows professionals the ability to offer options and custom design a process around the needs of the clients.  This training will teach professionals how to serve as a referral generator rather than passively waiting for a referral.  Participants will learn strategies that have been successfully implemented in communities around the globe.  We invite professionals to explore innovative techniques designed to increase productivity while improving outcomes for clients who choose an out of court process to resolve their matters.


  1. Learn tips for creating more out-of-court work, including but not limited to Collaborative Practice and Mediation.
  2. Discover how practitioners have transitioned from a traditional practice to one focused on out-of-court / peacemaking work.
  3. Differentiate yourself amongst other professionals in your community.
  4. Clarify business culture and improve client outcomes.
  5. Experience the power of neutrality on teams and the value for the clients.
  6. Establish tangible next steps to building and sustaining a Peacemaking Practice.

1 cr. Specialized Knowledge

Sponsored by Collaborative Professionals of Central PA

Webinar broadcast live at:

Giant Center Community Room

3301 E. Trindle Road

Camp Hill, PA 17011