Navigating Emotional Currents in Collaborative Divorce

Navigating Emotional Currents in Collaborative Divorce

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Written by two mental health professionals with extensive experience in Collaborative Practice, this accessible, practical, common-sense guide to the psychological aspects of our work is an invaluable resource for professionals of all disciplines who want to ensure the best outcomes for their Collaborative clients-- even in the toughest cases!  Among the questions the authors answer are:
- Why do our clients behave the way they do, as individuals and as couples?
-What are some helpful interpersonal techniques to use with our clients?
-Why do some techniques work well with some clients and not with others?
-How do we help "difficult" clients
-What is the Collaborative container and why is it important?
-What determines whether or not a case will be "transformative?"
-How can we best negotiate "landmines" in Collaborative Practice?
-What makes a well functioning team?
-What causes team break-down, and how can we avoid it?
-What about the voice of the child in Collaborative Practice?
-How do we create a deep and durable parenting plan?
 
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Helping all professionals - lawyers, mental health professionals, financial neutrals, etc. - who practice in the area of Collaborative Divorce, this book explains how marital dynamics (both conscious and unconscious), combined with the traumas of the divorce as well as those from previous situations, will be re-enacted within the Collaborative process. This enlightening book integrates elements of effective psychotherapy into the Collaborative process, although its lessons can be as easily applied to divorce cases handled through litigation and mediation.