Introductory Interdisciplinary Collaborative Practice Training

August 17 and 18, 2018

(9:00 am to 5:00 pm each day)

(The next training in Orlando will be in January 2019.  Also see www.clsmf.org for training in Daytona Beach on June 15 and 16, 2018.)

This 2-day training is appropriate for Lawyers, Mental Health Professionals, Financial Professionals, and Students interested in practicing within Collaborative Family Law.  There will be 14.5 training hours.  Lunch will be provided both days.  Training hours include a working lunch on the second day and attendance is required as part of the training hours.

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Barbara E. Kelly, Ph.D
Brenda L. London, Esquire
Teresa F. Parnell, Psy.D.

and Special Guest Speaker
The Honorable Alice Blackwell,
Circuit Judge, 9th Judicial Circuit

additional trainers will be present

which may include:

Lori Caldwell-Carr, Esquire, Mark A. Coleman, CPA,

Lee O. Upton, III, MS, MBA, CVA, and Matthew Bartolomei, J.D.

Cost
$495.00

or

$450.00 if commit to complete
1 Barry Pro Bono Collaborative Clinic Case
(reduced fee only available for licensed attendees residing/working in Orange, Osceola, Seminole, Brevard, or Volusia County.  See below for more information about this commitment.)

Where
Barry University School of Law
6441 E. Colonial Drive
Orlando, FL. 32807

register

Questions?  Call  (407) 862-2722

*Barry Collaborative Clinic Cases began in the Fall Semester of 2014 and continue each semester thereafter.  Each case will be completed in two or three Full Interdisciplinary Team Meeting sessions conducted on two or three Friday mornings at Barry School of Law.  Additional hours will be required for telephone contact with clients and professional team members.  Law school students will be assigned to each case.

Continuing Education

The program has previously been approved by The Florida Bar for 16 hours CLE for lawyers (14 general, 2 ethics).  Lawyers from out of state will need to determine if CLE can be applied.

Continuing education for psychologists has been approved through the Florida Psychological Association (FPA) for 14 hours CE for the January 2018 and the August 2018 training.  Approval is for 11 hours of general continuing education credits, 2 hours of professional ethics and Florida laws and rules, and 1 hour of domestic violence.  There is an additional $25.00 fee for CE for non-FPA members.  FPA is approved by the Florida Department of Health, Board of Psychology and Board of School Psychology to sponsor continuing education for psychologists.  The Florida Psychological Association is approved by the Florida Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy, and Mental Health Counseling as a provider of continuing education.  The Florida Psychological Association maintains responsibility for the program and its content.  Each training is approved separately so potential registrants should confirm approval for future classes if continuing education credit is needed.

Course content is designed to qualify for 14 hours continuing professional education (behavior category) for certified public accountants.  However, CPAs must individually determine the exact CPE details to be self-reported and must retain required documentation in case of audit by the Florida Board of Accountancy.  This course is consistent with the following requirements in Florida Statute 61H1-33.003: qualified instructors for all general content, qualified financial instructors involved in the training, participants must attend all 14 hours to receive a certificate of attendance, participants must sign in to receive a certificate of attendance (a record of attendance is kept by the trainers), a detailed course outline with learning objectives and supporting course material is provided to the participant in advance of the training.  Further, course content is designed to contribute directly and indirectly to professional competency for accountants including topics such as special knowledge in Collaborative interdisciplinary practice, the CPA’s role in this process, core competencies required for work on a Collaborative team, practice management, billing for services, discussion of useful computer programs, ethical responsibilities to clients and team members, professional conduct, comparison of accountant and Collaborative specific professional standards, and oral/ written communications with clients and team members.

Other financial professionals must determine applicable continuing education credit.

*Barry Collaborative Clinic Cases began in the Fall Semester of 2014 and continue each semester thereafter.  Each case will be completed in two or three Full Interdisciplinary Team Meeting sessions conducted on two or three Friday mornings at Barry School of Law.  Additional hours will be required for telephone contact with clients and professional team members.  Law school students will be assigned to each case.

Basic Training Participant Materials

Materials will be available for download by paid participants prior to the training.

Materials for the June 2018 training can be accessed via the link below:

June 2018 Materials for Introductory Interdisciplinary Collaborative Training

Please add yourself to our notification list (on right side of this page) if you wish to be notified about new classes!  Also, if you would like to arrange for an Introductory Training to be provided in your geographic area contact Dr. Barbara Kelly via email at bkelly@kellypsychology.com, phone at 407-951-8812 or fax at 407-951-8869.


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