Mental health professionals work in a coaching role to support clients as they navigate the emotional journey of divorce. Coaches assist clients with communication skills and the management of conflict within the marital dynamic. Child specialists work in a neutral capacity on parenting issues and the needs of the children.
Members must meet the following requirements:
Continuous course of study in law, mental health field, financial planning, or accounting. Student/Intern members may be enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program, which upon completion of that area of study, and upon completion of the requisite collaborative divorce training, would qualify the student for full voting membership.