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EVENTS

AFCC Alberta Chapter 2020 Annual Conference

March 5 and 6, 2020

at the Matrix Hotel in Edmonton, Alberta

more info, scholarships, and registration here

Scholarship Deadline is January 21, 2020

Early Bird Registration ends January 24, 2020

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AFCC 57th Annual Conference

When a Child Rejects a Parent:

Are We Part of the Problem or the Solution?

 

May 27-30, 2020 - New Orleans Marriott - New Orleans, Louisiana

Scholarship available for full registration and $700 travel/hotel subsidy

Scholarship Deadline is January 8, 2020

 

Edmonton Supper Club Meeting

January 21, 2020 Cancelled

 

Please join us and invite your colleagues to this excellent networking/learning event that starts up again this fall

 

*****NEW LOCATION*****

WHEN   TUESDAY January 21, 2020 

6:00 – 9:00

WHERE  Uncle Glenn’s Pub & Eatery

                                   7666 – 156 Street - Edmonton, Alberta

WHOM  

Jim Bateman - Glenora Registered Psychologists

Jeffrey Keller - Family Law Office

WHAT   

Do lawyers have an obligation to “do no harm” to children and families.

What is neutrality and why is it important?

 

Come join us for this interesting discussion and opportunity to network with esteemed colleagues.  Feel free to invite others as this is not an AFCC members only event.

Individuals pay their own bills with mandatory 15% gratuity for group room server. 

 

RSVP Sharon Smithedirector1@telus.net

Edmonton Supper Club Meeting

February 18, 2020 

 

Please join us and invite your colleagues to this excellent networking/learning event that starts up again this fall

 

*****NEW LOCATION*****

WHEN   TUESDAY February 18, 2020 

6:00 – 9:00

WHERE  Uncle Glenn’s Pub & Eatery

                                   7666 – 156 Street - Edmonton, Alberta

WHOM  

Patricia Hebert - Gordon Zwaenepoel

WHAT   

The New Divorce Act

 

Come join us for this interesting discussion and opportunity to network with esteemed colleagues.  Feel free to invite others as this is not an AFCC members only event.

Individuals pay their own bills with mandatory 15% gratuity for group room server. 

 

RSVP Sharon Smithedirector1@telus.net

Past Events

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Putting the Children First in High Conflict Separation & Divorce

Parenting Assessments, Parenting Plans & Parenting Coordination

The Good, the Bad and the In-Between

Feature speakers - Phil Epstein and Dr. Michael Saini

AFCC Alberta Chapter
2019 Conference
March 14 – 15, 2019
Hilton Garden Inn, Calgary, AB
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I Don’t Want to Go!
Children Who Resist Post-Separation Contact with a Parent

Barbara Jo Fidler, Ph. D. and Nicolas Bala

AFCC Alberta Chapter
2018 Conference
March 15 – 16, 2018
Matrix Hotel, Edmonton, AB
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A Model for Parent Conflict Intervention
With Separated/Divorced

(Including Never-Married) Families
A Training Workshop for Psychologists
Working With "High Conflict" Separated and Divorced Families

presented by Dr. Stephen Carter

Family Restructuring Therapy:
Jan 29, 2017
Edmonton, Lister Hall, U of A
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for Legal and Mental Health Professionals working in Family Law

Doug Moe Q.C.    Kevin Hannah Q.C.    Brad Mustard

Parenting Coordination and Mediation/Arbitration Process Design
Calgary on November 27th, 2017
and November 18, 2016 
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Navigating Best Practice in a Changing World

DR. Marsha Kline Pruett, Ph.D., M.S.L.
DR. Kyle D. Pruett M.D

The New Millennial Family
March 16-17, 2017
200, 105 12 Ave SE
Calgary, Alberta
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Various topics for AFCC members and non-members

Guest speakers, webinars, Q & A

Edmonton Supper Clubs
Third Tuesday of the month
Edmonton, Alberta

Presented By: The Alberta Chapter of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts and the Risk Management Committee

February 18, 2016  – Calgary

February 19, 2016  – Edmonton

Practice Note 7 and 8 Workshops
Evaluative, Therapeutic and Mediation/Arbitration Interventions with Separated/Divorced Families:
Uses, Misuses and Risks
Eileen Ailon and Dr Stephen Carter