The Integrative Client-Centered Model was designed by Mark K. Baumann, J.D., with the assistance of many people. Contributions were made by: Rachel Hardies, M.A., and Emma Jane Watson, M.Ed., M.S.W. Special thanks are given to: Vanessa Ridgway for technical writing and concept testing, and Kelly Vomacka, J.D. for technical writing support; Patricia Crittenden, Ph.D., for support in relating the ICCM Conflict Model to adult attachment theory and her Dynamic Maturational Model of Attachment and Adaptation; Shari Kidwell, Ph.D., for support in understanding the relationship of childhood attachment to adult attachment and client counseling; Debra Pearce-McCall, Ph.D., for guidance applying interpersonal neurobiology theory to the ICCM; Marion Sharp, M.A., IPNB Studies Director at Portland State University; and of course to Bill Eddy, J.D., M.S.W., for introducing us all to a broader perspective on conflict, a new way of thinking about client counseling, and for his gifts at the High Conflict Institute.
Additional thanks are given to the following people for supporting a new way of thinking about client counseling: Jenny Anderson, J.D., Forrest Carlson, J.D., and all the other executive committee members of the WSBA Low Bono section; Diana Singleton, Access to Justice Institute Director at Seattle University School of Law; Stacy Holmes, WSBA; David Basco and Sands McKinley, J.D., at McKinley Irvin; Katie Woods, M.A.; and Diana Velasco.