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Presentation
Parenting Coordination and High Conflict Families in Divorce. Workshop
University of North Carolina at Greensboro (2009)
  • Sherrill W. Hayes, Kennesaw State University
  • Helen Brantley
  • Max Nunez
Abstract

This informational and interactive workshop is intended for parenting coordinators, attorneys, judges, and mental health professionals who work with high conflict families. Topics include: recently published national research on parenting coordination (PC); the first study of PC practice and effectiveness in North Carolina; an examination of high conflict divorce court cases ; and a panel discussion. The day will also include dialogue groups focusing on developing a practice including: building a practice in your district; working collaboratively with other professionals; managing client resistance; and mediation/arbitration skills.

Publication Date
January, 2009
Citation Information
Sherrill W. Hayes, Helen Brantley and Max Nunez. "Parenting Coordination and High Conflict Families in Divorce. Workshop" University of North Carolina at Greensboro (2009)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/sherrill_hayes/48/