A free divorce workshop meeting on the third Thursday of each month (generally) from 8:30 am to 10:15 am. Hear directly from lawyers, financial professionals, mental health counselors, child specialists and more. For more information, visit Third Thursdays webpage.
Collaborative Project of DC
The Collaborative Project of DC links families of modest means in Washington DC with professionals who provide reduced-free or free help to resolve family disputes without going to court using the Collaborative Process. To learn more visit the Collaborative Project of DC’s website.
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Sue Soler, LCSW-C is a seasoned mental health professional with over seventeen years experience working with children and families. She believes that Collaborative divorce provides couples and families with a non-adversarial structure to settle the…
Kate Scharff, MSW, LCSW-C, LICSW is a psychotherapist, mediator, parent coordinator, divorce consultant, author, and senior Collaborative Divorce practitioner and trainer with nearly 30 years of clinical experience. She has taught and published wid…
By Tom Sandborn, Vancouver Courier
May 29, 2014
“One of the things I learned going through my divorce that way was that I needed to love my child more than I hated my husband,” said Robyn Ross with a wry laugh.
The Vancouver movie industry worker…