Archive for August, 2009

COLLABORATIVE PROCESS FOR BUSINESS, TOO

Collaboration is gaining ground in legal areas aside from family law, and that’s heartening for all who seek a healthier, more successful method of dispute resolution.
In the Sept-Oct issue of Dallas CEO Magazine, respected Dallas attorney John G. Browning writes about the benefits of Collaboration, offering an insightful and lucid discussion of the process.
Noting that [...]

IMPROVE COMMUNICATIONS WITH COLLABORATION

By Linda Solomon, LPC, LMFT
Collaborative Divorce encourages open communication. It creates a chance to begin healing, by talking, with one another and the collaborative team.
Granted, it’s ironic, since communication is often a primary area of stress in any marriage. But that’s why the Neutral Mental Health professional is so critical and productive in the Collaborative [...]

Team Approach provides tangible results.

The Team Approach and the power of neutrality can make a significant difference in obtaining the best possible outcome and preventing impasse.