The need for neutral support in families seems to be increasing during these challenging times. Providers must rapidly shift to delivering this work in a remote setting. Join us for this remote session to learn how to ethically and effectively conduct your neutral work virtually. Presenters will discuss best practices on a broad range of essential topics for delivering the best online experience, including remotely establishing trust and authority, managing participants and process, addressing confidentiality, collecting fees, and memorializing agreements.
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Greetings to all members of the Minnesota Chapter of AFCC! In our continuing commitment to improve the lives of all children and families through the resolution of family conflict, our chapter has
The AFCC community lost a beloved member earlier this year. Our good friend and valued colleague, Jessie Ware, left a lasting impact on many Minnesota families dealing with conflict. Her infectious hu
Children Who Are Transgender and the Law: Their Rights, Challenges, and Experiences Children and the Law Section Annual State of the Child Summit Children Who Are Transgender and the Law: Their Rights
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