The month of September has been busy for conferences. I’ve spent my time attending several of these events in an effort to stay on top of the newest mediation techniques, as well as to stay up to date on financial and tax changes in the industry. While I’ve been away from my blog, I’ve been learning new information so I can better serve my clients. Here’s a quick recap of where I’ve been throughout September.
I’ve attended the annual Atlanta Collaborative Divorce Alliance Retreat, which was the first weekend in September. Topics that were discussed there were:
The next conference I was at was September 20 in Rye Brook, New York for the Association of Divorce Financial Planners, for their tenth annual conference.
Topics that were presented there were:
Then, I was off to Cape Cod for the first annual Academy of Professional Family Mediators Conference. There were 250 professional family mediators in attendance, providing me a unique opportunity to interact with some of the best professionals in the business.
Some of the topics discussed at this conference were:
We then finished up the weekend using four role plays with some of the top mediators in the nation to demonstrate new techniques.
As you can see, while I haven’t been blogging, I HAVE been working hard to stay abreast of the most relevant topics in my field. You can expect to see these topics, and perhaps a few more, appearing in this blog over the next few weeks. Stay tuned for more information, and if you have an issue that I haven’t covered that you’d like more information about, feel free to leave me a message in the comments section.