Parenting Coordination: Foundations

This introductory course is suitable for mental health professionals, mediators and lawyers. No previous experience or knowledge of parenting coordination is required. The following are covered: the role of cognitive bias in assessment and intervention, the roles and functions of the parenting coordinator, high conflict families, sample Parenting Coordination Agreement, nuts and bolts of the process — referrals/intake, facilitation, parent education, involvement of children and collateral sources, intimate partner violence and the implications for the PC process, relevant arbitration legislation and regulations, training requirements, arbitration procedures and writing of awards, professional guidelines, ethical issues and dilemmas, and more.

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