Become an Instructor of the High Conflict Diversion Program™
We would like to announce that our colleagues at The High Conflict Diversion Program™ are searching for new instructors for their High Conflict Diversion Parenting program. The High Conflict Diversion Program™ is already recognized in many counties in California, Florida, Texas, New Jersey, Colorado, Oregon, Puerto Rico, Alberta Canada, Ontario Canada, Utah, Minnesota, North Carolina, Illinois and continues to grow in recognition throughout the US and Canada. This is an excellent opportunity to add to your existing practice or to begin a new one. The instructor training course will be held October 25 - 29, 2018. If you are interested in becoming an instructor, please click here.
Founded in 2006, The High Conflict Diversion Program™ is a resource for assisting parents in a high conflict divorce. It provides useful strategies for parents to help them reduce conflict in their custody issues. The program also educates legal and mental health practitioners in alternative ways to deal with high conflict divorce. The High Conflict Diversion Program™ is dedicated to educating family courts, family law professionals, and parenting educators across the country on leading-edge strategies for changing how parents deal with a difficult, high conflict divorce.
"As professionals, it is imperative we remain current in understanding how to work with the unique and challenging features of the high conflict population," says Brook Olsen, founder of the High Conflict Diversion Program™. As an instructor, your training will give you the latest information, materials, tools, and resources that you need to teach this nationally-recognized High Conflict Parenting Program plus the distinction of being a Certified High Conflict Diversion Instructor. This workshop is offered to mental health professionals as well as attorneys, parenting educators, and family court professionals. Again, this training course will be held October 25 - 29, 2018. The live course will be held via live broadcast from San Diego, CA, so attendees can participate remotely.
Click here to learn more about how you can become an instructor of the High Conflict Diversion Program™. You can also call (760) 751-4398 and ask for Brook Olsen.
NOTE: Many state and federal laws use terms like ‘custody’ when referring to arrangements regarding parenting time and decision-making for a child. While this has been the case for many years, these are not the only terms currently used to refer to these topics.
Today, many family law practitioners and even laws within certain states use terms such as ‘parenting arrangements’ or ‘parenting responsibility,’ among others, when referring to matters surrounding legal and physical child custody. You will find these terms as well as custody used on the OurFamilyWizard website.