Events

EVENING OF YOGA, MEDITATION AND CONNECTION

Join DCACP for its second annual evening of yoga, meditation and connection. Stay for dinner and socializing following the program. No prior experience with yoga or meditation is necessary. Everyone is welcome to participate, learn & experience! The program will begin promptly at 6:30. Dinner and socializing will follow the program until 8:45 PM (no worries if you need to leave earlier, but plan to stay if you can!). Please bring a yoga mat (or an extra), if you have one. Wear comfortable clothes (or you can change when you arrive). Please email szimmerman@ftlf.com if you need a mat. We are pleased to announce the return of our instructor, Alicia Moyer. Alicia aims to offer yogic practices that will empower students to find their inner teacher and a means for bringing yoga into their everyday lives. She strives to bring creative intelligence to her yoga classes so that students can explore the limits and abilities of their bodies through inquiry and meaningful movement. Alicia believes immense strength can come from vulnerability, humor and acceptance. She is the Director of the Living Yoga Teacher Training at Past Tense and a Lead Teacher for Flow Yoga Center’s Advanced Teacher Training. Read More
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March Program and Dinner

Why are you so defensive?  It’s a shame.   Presenters: Carol Miller Ph. D., Rebecca Landau-Millin Ph.D. and Barbara Burr, JD Drawing from the work of Brene Brown and psychological theory, our presenters will discuss the nature of shame, and how it shows up in our clients and our selves. We will also examine the most common defense mechanisms people employ to cope with these deep feelings of shame. Finally, we will explore ways to help clients manage shame and the ways they defend against it. 5:45 – 6:30 — networking 6:30 – 7:45 — program and dinner* *The program/dinner fee is $40.  There will be a bar open where members can purchase drinks for an additional cost. Read More
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April Membership Program and Dinner

Join DCACP for the presentation, Grief: The Hidden (and Obvious) Driver of So Much That Happens During Our Cases Presenters: Adele D’Ari Ed. D., Erin Golding, JD and Lisa Herrick Ph.D. Divorce means loss. Loss triggers grief. The unresolved grief of our clients can work its way into positional stances, seemingly irrational reactions, inability to remember information and just plain old sorrow. Our presenters will examine the many faces of grief in our work with clients, and provide guidance on how we can help our clients identify, acknowledge and work through their grief while they are moving through the Collaborative process. 5:45 – 6:30 — networking 6:30 – 7:45 — program and dinner* *The program/dinner fee is $40.  There will be a bar open where members can purchase drinks for an additional cost. Read More
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May Membership Program and Dinner

Join DCACP for the presentation, What We Don’t Talk About …..Enough Presenters: Sue Soler LCSW and Sarah Zimmerman, JD              Though the stats tell us that only 10 – 20% of all Collaborative cases “fall out”, they take up 80% of our emotional energy and time. Sometimes, we don’t anticipate or discuss problems that surface early on, and then bad things can happen for both the clients and the team. We need to refresh our thinking on ways to look ahead when trouble arises, and consider the risks of going forward vs. advising our client(s) to consider terminating the case before they complete it. This program will explore various risks and trouble spots – in relationships, in the paperwork, in the protocols, and with the fees –so that our community can be more mindful and effective when cases get really tough. 5:45 – 6:30 — networking 6:30 – 7:45 — program and dinner* *The program/dinner fee is $40.  There will be a bar open where members can purchase drinks for an additional cost.     Read More
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Renew Membership Online

Members, it's time to renew. Payment must be received by July 1, 2018.