The following featured videos are offered by High Conflict Institute. To view the full list of professional development video training, visit our Online Learning page at High Conflict Institute.
New Ways for Families: Pre-Mediation Coaching, Coaches' Training
This training is for lawyers, counselors and mediators who wish to provide 1-2 sessions of New Ways Pre-Mediation Coaching to their clients. This training explains how to use the Workbook and Coaches Manual to prepare a client for the most productive use of mediation – even with a potentially difficult party. This training qualifies you to be listed as an approved provider of the Pre-Mediation Coaching Program Model.
Personality Disordered Parents & Alienated Children
This 3-hour program provides an overview of the DSM-5 criteria for five personality disorders which appear frequently in family law and mental health practice. How personality-disordered parents may pass alienating behaviors to their children is explained. the range of opposing legal and mental health perspectives on the issue of child alienation are presented, including a range of interventions from mild to moderate to severe.
New Ways for Families: Decision Skills Class, Instructors' Training
This training is for parent education professionals who want to incorporate this skills building method into their parent education course. It explains the Workbook and Instructor’s Manual, and how to manage potentially high-conflict clients in your class. This training qualifies you to be listed as an approved provider of the Decision Skills Class Program Model.
Toxic Relationship Series
Sociopaths: The Con Artists of Divorce
Narcissists: The Arrogant Players of Divorce
Is Divorce Mediation for You?
New Ways for Mediation, Advance Training for Mediators
R U Talkin to the Wrong Brain?
Dealing with High Conflict People in Court
Dealing with High Conflict Counsel
Understanding & Managing High Conflict People, 3-Part Series
How to Write a BIFF Response
Coaching for a BIFF Response
Calming Upset People with EAR
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