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That’s Not What I Meant To Say: Understanding Your Role and Responsibility in Effective Commun

We know all too well how parents’ communications go poorly when the parties are in conflict and litigation, especially when kids must stay home from school while parents are either working from home or not working at all. But what about when professionals’ communications go poorly as well? We are going to look at how attorneys/professionals communicate with each other in front of parents and each other in order to identify how the content of a message gets bogged down by the process by which it’s communicated. We are also going to share strategies to help professionals model the good communication we encourage parents to have with each other.

Please join us this Friday the 22nd for another Community Chat to look at how quickly communication can digress and negatively impact everyone involved. But, with suggestions and strategies from a family therapist and a practicing family law attorney, you will see how to lower your clients’ stress as well as yours while under the pressures of working from home, dealing with COVID-19 uncertainty, court deadlines, and maintaining advocacy for your clients.

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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

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