About CLI Trainings
The following is a list of Trainings, Events, Webinars, and Meetings hosted by CLI and other organizations.
CLI members must be login to their online account for member pricing. Additional details are noted at the linked registration form. If you have questions on registration, please call the CLI office at 952.405.2010 or email email@example.com
If you missed a live training, please check the menu item Training Videos as many of the CLI trainings are recorded and are available for purchase or free download.
January 27, 2023 | Home Will Never Be the Same Again: Help for Parents of Gray Divorce and their Adult Children, Who Are Stakeholders in their Parent’s Divorce
A CLI Training
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Date: January 27, 2023
Title: Home Will Never Be the Same Again: Help for Parents of Gray Divorce and their Adult Children, Who Are Stakeholders in their Parent’s Divorce
Presenters: Carol R. Hughes, Ph.D. LMFT | www.divorcepeacemaking.com
Bruce Fredenburg, Author, M.S., LMFT
10:15 AM Zoom attendees login
10:20 AM Welcome, announcements, Speaker Introductions
10:30 AM – 1:40 PM Presentation (Includes a 10-minute break)
Location: Zoom (Registered attendees will receive a confirmation email with the link to register with Zoom to then receive the link to join the training.)
CLI Members and non-members: $125.00
Annual Platinum, Gold, & Silver Partners: $0.00
PENDING 3 credits Minnesota CLE and LMFT
APPROVED 3 credits for Minnesota Board of Psychology
A self-filing certificate will be provided for LICSW & ADR
Cancellation: Refunds for registration will be processed if notice of cancellation is received by 1/23/23.
Who Should Attend: CLI Members, Greater Family Law Community Professionals
About the Presenters:
Carol R. Hughes, Ph.D. LMFT, holds Board Certification in Clinical Hypnosis and is an EMDR Therapist, Psychotherapist, Collaborative Divorce Coach, Neutral Child Specialist, Family Specialist, Coparenting Therapist, Mediator, Trainer, and Author. For more than 30 years Carol has helped adults, adolescents, and children heal their pain and continually honed her skills in specialized training to best serve them.
Bruce Fredenburg, Author, M.S., LMFT, holds Board Certification in Clinical Hypnosis and is an EMDR Therapist, Psychotherapist, Collaborative Divorce Coach, Neutral Child Specialist, Mediator, Coparenting Therapist, Reunification Therapist, and Trainer. For more than 25 years Bruce has studied and taken specialized training in the intersection of psychology, spirituality, and holistic approaches to mental health.
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Thank you to our Annual Partner Sponsors for their support of CLI!
December 1-2, 2022 | Annual Member Forum 2022
Registration is now closed for the CLI Forum
Questions, please call 952-405-2010
2022 Forum Agenda
Every December our Collaborative community has a wonderful opportunity to gather together for an Annual Forum, a time and place to connect with colleagues, become informed and educated about important professional topics, regenerate our passion and enthusiasm for our Collaborative work, and have fun! We so look forward to seeing you and hope you will join us!
Wurst Adventure Challenge – Thursday night social sponsored by AJW
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NOTE ON HOTEL ROOMS: Although we have filled our block of hotel rooms, we welcome all those wanting to attend to still register for both days (Thursday and Friday), plus the Thursday dinner AND social event!
At this year’s Forum, we will have three exceptional main speakers, plus educational sessions delivered by some of our wonderful local practitioners.
This is your opportunity to spend two days with your Collaborative colleagues, to learn about (and help create!) the future Collaborative Practice, and to have fun!
If you want a hotel room for the Forum, please contact the Saint Paul Hotel for a direct reservation at www.saintpaulhotel.com/
January 13, 2023 | CLI Board Retreat
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CLI 2023 President, Rebecca Randen has scheduled the 2023 Board & Member Retreat for Friday, January 13, 2023 at Midland Hills Country Club in Roseville, MN.
2023 Board Members will gather in the morning for a board planning session and all CLI members are encouraged to arrive for lunch and the full Membership retreat in the afternoon.
Lunch will be served at 12:15 PM for all members.
There is no fee to attend but registration is required.
Agenda Timing | Coming soon!
9:00 AM – 12:00 PM Board Business Meeting
12:00 PM – 4:30 PM Full Membership Meeting and Brainstorming Session
May 11, 12 & 18 | New Collaborative Experience Training 2023
Save the dates for the CLI New Collaborative Experience Training 2023!
RSVP here and we’ll notify you with updates and when registration opens.
Dates: (Three full-days
Thursday, May 11, 2023
Friday May 12, 2023
Thursday, May 18, 2023
Time: 8:30-4:30 (Detailed timing and agenda TBD)
Location: 3300 Edinborough Way, Edina, MN 55435, 1st Floor Training Room
Continuing Education Credits: Pending approval of X Standard credits for: CLE, Board of Psychology, and LMFT. A certificate of attendance for self-filling of other credentials will also be provided.
Cancellation: Refunds for registration will be processed if notice of cancellation is received by TBD
Day I: Training on collaborative practice principles and fundamentals, the roles of the professionals on the interdisciplinary team, the paradigm shift, protocols of practice, the road map to resolution, and ethics.
Day II: A demonstration of the collaborative model, one involving a neutral coach/facilitator through performances of 13 vignettes depicting a full-team collaborative case from start to almost finish. The vignettes will give detailed insight into the roles of the neutral coach/facilitator, both attorneys, the neutral child specialist, and the neutral financial professional. The different clients in the vignettes present the team with challenging legal, relational, financial, and parenting issues. The performance will be instructive, practical, and hopefully, inspirational. Day 2 is informative for the experienced collaborative practitioner as well as the new collaborative practitioner.
Day III: Focuses on completing a case, advocacy, and ethics in the Collaborative process, what happens when you hit bumps in the road, talking to clients about this process, connecting with your profession and resources to build your practice.
Training works best when there is a minimum number of 8 trainees.
Can’t make the May Training dates and need to be trained in CP?
If the May dates for the CLI Minnesota Collaborative Training do not work with your schedule, please visit the IACP website to find a training available that meets IACP basic training standards.
The link to all the shared IACP Events/Training Calendar: is https://www.collaborativepractice.com/community-event-calendar
Thank you to our Annual Partners for their continuing support of CLI!