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Looking Back: Through The Eyes Of Adult Children Of Divorce CD

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Debra Bellings-Kee, JD, MFT

Debra Bellings-Kee, JD, MFT is a collaborative coach, child specialist, neutral process facilitator, parenting plan mediator, and co-parenting counselor. She also acts as a divorce coach in mediation and traditional divorce matters. Currently 90% of her practice is dedicated to collaborative divorce coaching and parenting plan mediation work, with the balance devoted to traditional psychotherapy specializing in working with children and adults moving through the divorce transition. She is a member of the Marin County Mandatory Bench Bar Settlement Conference committee working with the Marin County courts to settle family law and civil cases before trial. Debra is actively involved in training presentations on Collaborative Practice issues on local and state levels. She is a member of the Family Law Professionals of Marin and Collaborative Practice San Francisco groups and is a member of the Public Education Committee for both. Debra represents the Marin collaborative group as a delegate to Collaborative Practice California. Before becoming a psychotherapist, Debra was a family law attorney in San Francisco and Marin for twelve years.

Arlene Kostant, JD

Arlene Kostant, JD is a Bay Area collaborative family lawyer, mediator and teacher. She is a State Bar certified specialist in Family Law (Board of Legal Specialization) and is a previous chair of the San Francisco Bar Associations Family Law Section. Arlene is on the adjunct faculties at both UC Berkeley School of Law and UC Hastings College of the Law, where she teaches negotiation (and at Hastings, previously taught mediation). She sits on the Steering Committee of Collaborative Practice East Bay and was previously on the same committee for Collaborative Practice San Francisco. Arlene has been a member since inception of the Northern California Public Education Committee for collaborative practice. She is a co-founder of the Northern California Adult Children of Divorce program and has co-moderated a number of those panels in the last year, including at the recent Collaborative Practice annual conference in May, 2010.

Amy Rodney, JD

Amy Rodney, JD is a California family law specialist, Amy has practiced law in Sonoma County since 1980. While an experienced litigator, shes found there is frequently more dignity and compassion in using a mediation or collaborative practice approach in dealing with the break up of a family. She also assists in cases with other attorneys through mediation, neutral case evaluation and case management. She is often appointed by the court to represent children. Amy has been a mediator for over 20 years, and is a past chair of the Collaborative Council of the Redwood Empire and the Family Law Committee of the Sonoma County Bar Association. Amy has taught community property at Empire Law School, family law in the Sonoma State University paralegal program, and served on numerous panels in the legal community as a presenter on topics related to family law. She was the 2002 recipient of the Rex Sater Award for Excellence in Family Law. Amy is AV-rated by Martindale-Hubbell.

Nancy Ross, LCSW, BCD

Nancy Ross, LCSW, BCD is a co-founder of the Collaborative Divorce Interdisciplinary concept and principal of Bauer, Shepherd & Ross & Associates, a group psychotherapy practice in Cupertino, California. As a clinician for over 30 years, Nancy has specialized in couples and family therapy. Currently, over 80% of her practice is dedicated to collaborative work. She is a divorce coach and mediator for both custody and post-divorce issues. A founding member of the International Association of Collaborative Professionals (IACP), she has also developed Ethics and Training Standards for IACP. In 2007, Collaborative Practice California awarded her the Eureka Award for her contributions to California Collaborative Practice. She is a Certified Interpersonal Communications Trainer, training work teams, Interdisciplinary Collaborative Practice teams and practice groups in effective teamwork. She conducts trainings with Collaborative Practice Silicon Valley Trainers, introducing lawyers to the role of Coaches and Child Specialist in Collaborative Practice. With her Santa Clara colleagues, she has taught Collaborative Practice at Santa Clara University School of Law. A co-author of Divorce: A Problem to be Solved, Not a Battle to Be Fought and author of numerous articles on Collaborative Divorce, she continues to teach and train in the Collaborative Divorce model with Collaborative Divorce Team Trainings and present the concepts both nationally and internationally.
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