NYACP In the News

Family Law Monthly

The July 2013 edition of the Family Law Monthly has an article by Andrea Vacca: “The Team Approach to Divorce”

The National Psychologist

In the September/October issue of The National Psychologist, NYACP Board member Lauren Behrman, Ph.D offers advice to metal health professionals as to how to expand their practice, including acting as a Collaborative divorce coach.

Huffington Post: Mary Ellen Linnehan

The August 27, 2012 edition of the Huffington Post included a blog by Mary Ellen Linnehan entitled: “Stop Telling Me Your Divorce is The Same As My Spouse’s Death.” Follow this link to read in full:http://www.huffingtonpost.com/tag/baby-boomers-and-divorce

New York Times

NYACP  Board member Elana Katz, LCSW, Director of the Family and Divorce Mediation Program at Ackerman Institute for the Family, was profiled by the New York Times http://www.nytimes.com/2011/07/21/nyregion/elana-katz-makes-divorce-less-adversarial.html?ref=nyregion

She highlighted the benefits of Collaborative Divorce  by explaining that it “operates in a non litigious, non adversarial process that engages people and brings them together in a problem-solving way that helps them come out  (of the divorce) emotionally healthy.”

Law Journal Newsletter

The July 2011 edition of the Law Journal Newsletter contains an article entitled ” Collaborative Prenuptual and Postnuptual Agreements”  authored by NYACP members, Arlene Dubin, Lauren Behrman, and Michelle Smith. The article highlights the value of the collaborative process and the interdisciplinary team to provide an opportunity for couples to share their goals and expectations concerning finances and other critical issues and support productive communication when addressing prenuptial and postnuptual agreements.

The article can be viewed at http://www.lawjournalnewsletters.com/issues/ljn_nyfamily/12_11/news/155438-1.html or at this site’s document repository,  (click under Resources) http://www.nycollaborativeprofessionals.org/resources-menu-placeholder/document-repository/

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