ICCI provides a variety of training opportunities, including traditional live and online seminars (CLE/CEU/CE), private in-house seminars (CLE/CEU/CE), individual case consultations, education-mentorship (Ed-Ment) programs, high conflict training, Interpersonal Neurobiology training, Attorney Mentor Programs (AMP), parent coach training, ethical rehabilitation, and miscellaneous free small group programs.
In-house training can be tailored to meet your firm’s needs. Training can be one 4-8 hour session, or multiple 2-4 hour sessions with follow up emails, phone mentoring, and mission development. Multiple and/or follow up sessions are recommended, but not required, to help reinforce and apply learning lessons because science-based techniques generally involve a paradigm shift in approach and learning is best done by applying and reviewing. ICCI representatives can attend client counseling sessions (confidentiality rules apply to ICCI personnel) with follow up analysis.
Private training and case consultations are offered in person, or by phone or Skype (phone or video).
WA-AFCC Early Riser’s Program is a free service of the Washington Chapter of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts. Mark Baumann is the host of the 2016 series on Science and Techniques. WA-AFCC membership is not required. ICCM and other approaches to lawyering and providing legal services are addressed. Click here for more information.
Targeted Integrative Parenting Strategies (TIPS) Coaching™ is an ICCM “tool” designed to help parents and their litigators. ICCI offers training for parenting professionals to learn the underpinnings and methods of TIPS Coaching™. Relevant ICCI trainings also teach lawyers how to take advantage of parent coaches. Some trainings are designed for both lawyers and coaches. Please see the TIPS Coaching™ page for more information.
Ed-Ment programs are combined education and mentoring programs, typically done in small groups of 2-12 professionals. Mentoring sessions may immediately follow a formal training (such as the second half of a 3-4 hour training), and/or be combined with group email lists, telephone consultations (individual or group), and in-office meetings with or without clients. All participants sign confidentiality agreements. Written program materials are provided. Topics include most of the ICCM tools and concepts, which are then applied to participants cases. Participants tend to find great value in seeing how their case problems can be solved with ICCM tools, and perhaps greater value in also seeing how other lawyers have similar problems and how, despite the variety of legal topics and legal problems, ICCM tools provide a solid foundation for addressing any problem.
Ed-Ment In House is a (CLE) program for in-firm training. Program length can be designed to meet firm needs.
Ed-Ment 6 is a 12 week, 6 session (CLE) program. The sessions are generally 3-4 hours each, with time split between traditional training and group mentoring.
Ed-Ment 6 Family is both a full 6 session family law focused (CLE) program, and a one day add on to a non-topic specific Ed-Ment 6 program. This program includes training in why and how to use an Targeted Integrative Parenting Strategies (TIPS) Coach™ in family law cases.
Interpersonal Neurobiology (IPNB) training provides a wonderful foundation for understanding client motivation, decision making challenges, and litigation-negotiation-counseling skills. ICCI IPNB training focuses on the science underlying the skills professionals need. Other ICCI trainings tend to focus on ICCM theory and practice and cover some science, but tends to focus more on specific skills professionals can apply.
ICCI AMP is the ICCI Attorney Mentor Program. This is both a monthly informal low cost group mentoring program, and individual, one-on-one mentoring. Group mentoring sessions are free, and a limited number of one-on-one mentorees are accepted. CLE credits are not available for AMP sessions (unless your Jurisdiction allows credit for mentorees. (These are not associated with any other AMP or CHAMP programs by other organizations, unless specifically indicated in the notice.) Dates and times to be announced.