Friday March 4, 2016 at 8:30 AM EST
Saturday March 5, 2016 at 3:00 PM EST

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Centre Club - Bayview Ballroom 
123 South Westshore Blvd.
Tampa, FL 33609

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Jill Lowe 
Next Generation Divorce 

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Maintaining High Aspirations and Reasonable Expectations with

Ron Ousky, JD

(Strategies for getting the most out of promising Collaborative Cases and for achieving acceptable outcomes in the challenging cases)

You are invited to attend a newly developed advanced collaborative training with Ron Ousky.  This training is unique as it is interactive oppose to lecture.  Take advantage of this incredible opportunity, and register now to come to beautiful sunny Tampa Florida on March 4 and 5, 2016. This advance training will cover how to manage the collaborative cases and top 10 ways to break through impasse.  The training will provide practical ideas and scenarios and is an opportunity to learn what to do when things don’t go well in the collaborative case. This advance training is for all divorce professionals (legal, mental health, and financial).

  • In 2006, Ron teamed up with Stu Webb, the founder of Collaborative Law, to co-author the first client-centered book on Collaborative Divorce, entitled The Collaborative Way to Divorce: The Revolutionary Method that Results in less Stress, Lower Costs and Happier Kids, Without Going to Court. Ten years later that book is still consistently listed among Amazon's top divorce books. 
  • Ron is a past-president of IACP (an international organization of hundreds of Collaborative Professionals from all over the world).

 Here is what Adam Cordover has to say about his experience attending Ron's training:  

I was fortunate enough to meet him and have lunch with Ron at my first IACP Forum, in San Antonio in 2013.  I consider that conversation to be one of the key moments that led me to transform my practice to an exclusively out-of-court practice. Ron challenged me to offer what he termed to be a “client-centered” approach to collaborative practice, where we as professionals listen to the clients to determine which mode of collaborative practice (i.e., attorney-only, neutral facilitator, 2-coach, collaborative mediation, etc.) is best for the family rather than attempt to have a one-size-fits-all mindset.  I have taken this idea to heart and been more open to molding a collaborative model to the clients rather than attempting to mold the clients to a collaborative model.  Ron also discussed with me a cutting-edge concept, the Collaborative Alliance, which is an Executive Suite that he created specifically for collaborative professionals.  This way, the entire team (attorneys, MHPs, and FPs), are all in the same building, supporting one another but also saving the clients a heck of a lot of money in travel costs.  This concept is really intriguing, and perhaps represents the future of collaborative practice. Anyway, I invite you to join Next Generation Divorce in welcoming Ron to Tampa, and I bet that you will walk away inspired and with new, fresh ideas about collaborative practice and how to enhance and increase your collaborative practice.

While basic collaborative training is highly recommended, it is not required. 

Registration cost is $500 which includes breakfast and lunch both days, as well as a cocktail party on March 4th, downstairs at Shula's.  The training times are 9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. on March 4 and 9:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. on March 5th, 2016. Sign-in, continental breakfast and networking begins at 8:30 a.m.  

Eleven CLE's and CEU's including one hour for ethics have been approved for lawyers and mental health professionals. This training is co-sponsored with The Center For Human Potential of America, Inc. The Center for Human Potential of America, Inc. is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The Center for Human Potential of America, Inc. maintains responsibility for this program and its content. No partial CLE's. Certificate of Attendance will be provided at the close of the training.

Register below, payment options include paying via credit card through paypal (a paypal account is not required) or mailing in a check.  Completion of the online registration form below is required regardless of payment type to reserve your seat.  Payments became unrefundable on February 5, 2016.  REGISTRATION closes on February 29, 2016.

Out of town professionals traveling to Tampa for the training, book your tickets now! The nearest airport (only 10 minutes away) is Tampa International (TPA), Orlando International (MCO) is two hours away. Bring your families as the training is an easy 90-minute drive to Walt Disney World, Epcot, Universal Studios, Sea World, and other world famous amusement parks for which our state is known. The location is less than 60 minutes away from pristine beaches and under 90 minutes from beautiful Sarasota, which includes St. Armands Key and the #1 ranked most beautiful beach, Siesta Key. 

Questions? Contact Jill Lowe at jill@lowefamilylaw.com or 813-254-5693.

All coorespondence will be sent from:  TrainingNGD@gmail.com. To guarantee you receive emails add it to your list of contacts. If you cannot attend this training, and wish to stop receiving information about this training, click "unable to attend". 

Space is limited and registration will be first come, first served.

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