How do I become a Credentialed Collaborative Professional?
Collaborative Divorce Texas (formerly known as The Collaborative Law Institute of Texas), offers two levels of credentialing based on training and experience (please review information below).
Applications to become or renew as a Credentialed Collaborative Professional:
Credentialed Collaborative Professional (2020)
Master Credentialed Collaborative Professional (2020)
Verification in Lieu of Participation Agreement (2020)
Renewal for Credentialed Collaborative Professionals
Renewal for Master Credentialed Collaborative Professionals
Note: You must download these applications to your local computer before filling out your application. You can fill these out on your computer but you must print and sign your application in order to submit for consideration.
Requirements for Credentialing
|Requirements||Credentialed Collaborative Professional||Master Credentialed Collaborative Professional|
|3 consecutive years prior to application year||Same|
|Licensing and Professional Certification||In good standing with your applicable professional certification or licensing board for the 5 years prior to application||Same|
|Experience||8 concluded collaborative cases in 3 years prior to application
20 concluded collaborative cases over career
|50 concluded collaborative cases in career|
|Confidential Peer Recommendations||At least 3 positive confidential professional recommendations solicited by the review committee from your submitted list of collaborative cases||Same|
|Training and Education||Attended Basic Collaborative Training; and within 5 years of application, attended:
|Leadership and Service||N/A||Leadership and significant service to the collaborative community (e.g. planning committee, trainer, speaker, CDT or IACP committee member, CDT or IACP board member, etc.)|
|Fees||Application fee: $50
Acceptance fee: $150
Annual renewal fee: $50
All fees are non-refundable and in addition to annual dues
|Application fee: $100
Acceptance Fee: $200
Annual Renewal Fee: $100
All fees are non-refundable & in addition to annual dues
*Collaborative Divorce Texas ("CDT") was formerly known as The Collaborative Law Institute of Texas.