ADVANCED INTERDISCIPLINARY TRAINING—DALLAS June 23
Topic—Delving into the Heart of Conflict: Breaking Barriers in the Midst of Impasse.
This multidisciplinary workshop will address these and other questions while providing attendees the opportunity to both observe demonstrations of techniques, and practice putting those techniques into action.
- Demonstration of a moment of conflict between two clients
- Assessing every moment of conflict
- Considering what to do during a challenging moment
- Discussion of the nature of impasse
- Techniques to move clients beyond impasse
- Our own obstacles to effectively working with client conflict
- How our own biases may impede our work with clients
- Demonstration of techniques that are effective with clients
Lonnie J. Broussard, CFP CDFA: Lonnie is a Navy Veteran who has served the Hampton Roads area of Virginia as an investment advisor since 1986. He is transitioning to Virginia Financial Planning in preparation for retirement. Lonnie is a Registered Representative with United Planner’s Financial Services of America and serves individual and small business clients in Financial Planning, Retirement Planning, and Portfolio Management. He also works as a neutral financial professional in Collaborative Divorce and as a Divorce Financial Analyst. Lonnie earned a BA (Cum laude) in Business from Saint Leo College, a CFP certification in 2001, and a CDFA designation in 2006.
He is a founding member and Past President of Collaborative Divorce Solutions of Tidewater, a founding member and Past President of Virginia Collaborative Professionals, and founding member and lead trainer with Collaborative Practice Training Institute, and a member of IACP. Lonnie and his wife Cathy have two adult children and four grandchildren, enjoy fellowship at the New Life Church in Virginia Beach, and play Pickleball when they can.
Barbara A. Burr, J.D.: Barbara specializes in family matters. After several years in litigation practice, she received training in Collaborative Law in 2006 and has been building a collaborative practice since. She has conducted several trainings in collaborative law, including Basic Collaborative Practice, Mediation, and Interest-Based Negotiation. In 2010, Barbara and three other collaborative professionals opened the Collaborative Practice Center of Greater Washington to change the way people resolve disputes. She has founded two non-profit organizations to bring Collaborative Practice to families of moderate means. Barbara is a founding member of Collaborative Dispute Resolution Professionals, located in Montgomery County, Maryland.
Barbara has been named a top lawyer by numerous organizations, including the Washingtonian, Super Lawyers, and Best Lawyers. She received her law degree with honors from Harvard Law School and a Bachelor’s degree with honors from the University of Washington. Barbara is a CPA and clerked for the Chief Judge of the D.C. Court of Appeals. She also served as a civil rights attorney with the U.S. Department of Justice and is admitted to practice in Washington, D.C. and Maryland.
Lisa Herrick, Ph.D.: Lisa is a licensed clinical psychologist who works with children, families, and couples. Her practice is focused on helping families improve their relationships, and when necessary navigating separation and divorce. Lisa is a Collaborative Coach and Child Specialist and has completed more than 140 collaborative cases. She has trained collaborative professionals throughout the U.S. and has co-authored Navigating Emotional Currents in Collaborative Divorce, A Guide for Enlightened Team Practice, ABA Press, 2010, and Mastering Crucial Moments in Separation and Divorce. ABA, 2016. She was voted one of the best couples therapists in the Washington, D.C. area and one of the best mental health professionals for services related to separation and divorce by Washington Magazine. Lisa co-founded the Collaborative Practice Center of Greater Washington, where professionals share space for helping people resolve their disputes in a respectful manner.
EARLY BIRD RATE: Before June 9, 2017: Member* $300 and non-member $335. REGULAR RATE: After June 9, 2017: Member* $340 and non-member $375. AT THE DOOR: Member* $450 - non-member $500 only if space is available, with no guarantee of lunch
REFUNDS: Full refunds will be given if requested more than 10 days before the date of the event.
*Member rates apply to Collaborative Divorce Texas and State Bar of Texas Collaborative Law Section members
On Line Training REGISTRATION
Campbell Centre—Tower II—South Tower
8150 North Central Expressway, Mezzanine Conference Room
Dallas, TX 75206