IFCR uses this model to work with new communities that have no Collaborative Divorce practice to develop a successful community from the ground up. Explore an example model for a new Collaborative community.
We also work with practice groups that may have existed for some time, but that have never gotten much past an introductory training. Other groups struggle because they find that despite having been trained, practitioners find it challenging to live into the model in ways that feel satisfying to them and their clients when the rubber meets the road in a difficult case. Other groups may be disconnected because of conflict (or conflict avoidance) or poor communication among practitioners and practice group leaders.
Contact Us to discuss how we might develop a customized plan to support your Collaborative Divorce community in taking your work to the next level.