CHICAGO, Sept. 12, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The Collaborative Law Institute of Illinois (CLII) is proud to invite lawyers, mediators, mental health and financial professionals to an enlightening and educational workshop aimed at understanding and managing high conflict individuals. Participants will have an opportunity to learn, interact, and explore the nature of high conflict people, and obtain concrete tools which will help them deal with the chaos high conflict people can create in divorce. This workshop is designed for professionals:
- Struggling to deal with high conflict personalities in their practice
- Dealing with drama, irrational behavior and challenges by clients
- Learning to manage client conflicts
This event is on November 18, from 8:30AM-4:30 at Café La Cave in Des Plaines, Illinois. Registration is open to all divorce professionals. View more details and register now (early bird pricing ends September 16) here: http://clioi.wildapricot.org/event-2255044
Led by nationally renowned lawyer, mediator, therapist, and The High Conflict Institute founder, Bill Eddy, this event will offer insight into the nature of high conflict people and will provide practical tools for dealing with them. CLII President, Theresa Kulat, knows first-hand the value of Bill Eddy's work and says, "Following my first Bill Eddy training, I was immediately able to apply his principles and create greater ease in managing these types of people and their impact on negotiations and team management."
Bill Eddy is the author of many best-selling books including BIFF: Quick Responses to High Conflict People, Their Personal Attacks, Hostile Email and Social Media Meltdowns and It's All Your Fault: 12 Tips For Managing People Who Blame Others for Everything. Participants will earn continuing education credits.
About The Collaborative Law Institute of Illinois
The mission of The Collaborative Law Institute of Illinois is to advance Collaborative Practice as a conflict resolution option in Illinois. CLII is a non-profit organization comprised of members from the legal, mental health, financial and Collaborative fields. CLII offers free educational resources for the public and maintains a listing of Collaborative divorce practitioners for the public. Visit Collablawil.org Phone: 312-882-8000
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SOURCE The Collaborative Law Institute of Illinois