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CP Cal Annual Statewide Conference ("Celebration") for Collaborative Professionals

How can you help grow Collaborative Practice in California, in your practice group, and in your office? Participate in the Celebration! The Celebration is an exceptional way to meet other Collaborative practitioners and network, an integral part of growing your practice. Did you know that the Celebration is the single fundraising event for CP Cal? Your participation will fund CP Cal initiatives to educate the public and other professionals about Collaborative Practice.


CP Cal Celebration 10

"A Decade of Change: Creating a Legacy"

 Tenth Annual Statewide Conference

of Collaborative Professionals


April 24-26, 2015


Westin Los Angeles Airport


Can you believe that CP Cal is celebrating our tenth year? We need excellent presenters like you to help us deliver exceptional educational programming.

The Program Planning Committee for CP Cal`s Celebration 10, titled A Decade of Change: Creating a Legacy, is seeking presenters for workshops, pre-conference institutes, and plenaries for CELEBRATION 10. This year`s Committee seeks presenters for 90-minute and 3-hour workshops on beginner, intermediate, and advanced subjects of interest, full-day (6-hour) pre-conference institutes, 1-hour plenary presentations, and a training program that extends over two full days.

CP Cal is committed to training/mentoring new generations of collaborators. The concept of "leaving a legacy" also challenges newer practitioners and advanced collaborators to forge ahead and create a legacy of expanding client choices beyond adversarial models. We are seeking workshop/training options that include training for conflict resolution for the newest generation of divorce professionals as well as workshops that are more advanced. Workshops should provide opportunities to integrate skill-building and appeal to varying skill and experience levels, so that practitioners at every level will gain useful "real world" skills. 

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Click here for the Proposal Submission Form.

For more information,

 contact Paula Jackson, conference coordinator,

 at or 415-897-2398


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