Webinars

Virtual Introductory Interdisciplinary Training


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My Collaborative Team is proud to sponsor a virtual Introductory Interdisciplane Collaborative Training presented by the Tampa Bay Collaborative Trainers. Starting on August 19th, this training will meet for 3-hours every Wednesday until September 16th.

The TBCT introductory training is community-focused, as we understand that no professional can do collaborative work on their own. Each member of the training group has been a key figure in the tremendous growth of collaborative practice in our communities. One of the main goals of the Tampa Bay Collaborative Trainers is to help set the foundation so that attendees can re-energize and build a thriving collaborative community in their own area.

Registration will be limited to only 24 professionals so sign up before spots run out!

***My Collaborative Team members will receive a $100 rebate directly to their credit card within 24-hours of registration.***



My Collaborative Team is proud to host our CollaborEAT! series. CollaborEAT! is our participant's chance to ask their Collaborative Process questions to experienced and distinguished Collaborative professionals from around the world. Whether you are a professional just starting out with the Collaborative Process or you are a seasoned veteran, we encourage all of our participants to engage in our digital Collaborative conversation. 

CollaborEAT! will always be free for My Collaborative Team participants. If you have questions about how to sell the Collaborative Process, specific situations that pertain to the Process, experience using the Collaborative Process and much more, the CollaborEAT! series is perfect for you. Get your questions answered and share your knowledge with trained and experienced Collaborative Professionals from around the world

Addressing Domestic Violence/IPV In The Collaborative Process - This 90 minute webinar was hosted by Rebecca Fischer, Ronda Fuchs, and Edward Sachs and provided participants with an understanding of the impact of the Collaborative Divorce Process Act on cases with a history of domestic violence. Participants developed a greater understanding of the dynamics occurring in Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) and how to address that in Collaborative settings. We will explore options, decision making and team protocols for families in which ITV has occurred. Proceeds from this webinar helped My Collaborative Team become a Bronze Sponsor at this years Florida Academy of Collaborative Professionals Annual Conference.

Systems Thinking and Its Relevance to the Collaborative Process, hosted by Randy Heller, PhD, LMFT, LMHC. Dr. Randy Heller, Adjunct Professor of Marriage and Family Therapy at Nova Southeastern University, will present a 60 minute webinar on Family Systems Theory - teaching you how an understanding of this theory can transform your Collaborative Practice by enabling and empowering you to develop the necessary mindset to make the continued paradigm shift and do your best work. An understanding of this theory and its application is so important that it is now included in the requirements for credentialing in Florida.

MCT Ethics Panel: A Discussion on Collaborative Ethics and Marketing, Ed Sachs, President of MCT along with Bob Merlin and Adam Cordover, Collaborative Attorneys and Dr. Carol Hughes, Collaborative Coach discuss how ethics impacts your marketing and your competence as a Collaborative professional. Join the discussion and let us hear your opinions too.

The above webinars come with a small fee for non-members and free to all My Collaborative Team members. If you would like to obtain a recorded copy of any previous webinar, please email the My Collaborative Team webmaster.

How To Close The Sale - Part 1 of the My Collaborative Team CollaborEAT! series. Kevin Scudder answered questions and gave tips on how to sell the Collaborative Process to your clients.

How To Close The Sale - Part 2 of the My Collaborative Team CollaborEAT! series. Joryn Jenkins answered questions and gave tips on how to sell the Collaborative Process to your clients.

How To Close The Sale - Part 3 of the My Collaborative Team CollaborEAT! series. Jacinta Gallant answered questions and gave tips on how to sell the Collaborative Process to your clients.

Coronavirus and Its Effect On Co-Parenting - Is the quarantine causing co-parenting issues for you or someone you know? Karen D. Sacks and Caroline Johnson answered questions and gave tips on how to best deal with your co-parent during quarantine.

How The Financial Markets Are Affecting Your Collaborative Matters - My Collaborative Team members, Jordan Niefeld and Luana Mobley Corral, discuss the current state of the financial markets and how it may be affecting the Collaborative matters you are dealing with. This informative presentation is one not to miss!

Considering Digital Assets in Divorce - With an increased move to digital storage of photos, cloud storage sites for family documents, and a desire to make divorce a more collaborative process, consideration must be given to how the division of digital assets will be handled. This presentation will discuss the sources of data that should be considered, the rules and laws that govern access to online accounts, and the discussions that should be considered as part of the collaborative divorce process.

Neuro-Babble 101 and the Collaborative Process - If you think the Collaborative Participation Agreement is complex and overwhelming, try living in the head of someone with a processing disorder.

What previous attendees have said about our webinars:

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"This is just the right information I need at the right time in my collaborative practice."