Truth or Consequences? Building Competency in the Art of Giving and Receiving Feedback (Part 1)

Virtual Presentation: November 3, 2021

Presenters: Dr. Barbara Kelly and Wendy Aikin, Esq. of the Central Florida Collaborative Family Law Group (CFL-CFL)

This presentation draws from the available feedback models and the presenters’ experiences to illuminate the fundamentals for meaningfully giving and receiving feedback within the Collaborative process. Join us for a jam-packed hour focusing on skills, exploration, and strategies for building personal expertise along with a local culture that fosters and supports feedback.

Length of presentation: 1.5 hours
CLE 2 Credit Hours
CEUs Applied For​

Cost: $25

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About the presenters:
Dr. Kelly is a licensed psychologist and certified family mediator in private practice in Winter Park, Florida. With an emphasis on conflict resolution, Dr. Kelly provides family mediation, parenting coordination, and psychotherapy services. She has been participating as a neutral mental health professional/neutral facilitator in Collaborative family law cases since 2007. She served 6 years as a board of director for the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals including two years as co-chair for the IACP Domestic Violence Task Force. She has served locally as a board member of the Collaborative Family Law Group of Central Florida. Dr. Kelly is committed to providing meaningful Collaborative training designed to build skills for all Collaborative team members as well as training specific to the role of the mental health professional.

Wendy Aikin is a family law attorney who has been practicing in Winter Park, Florida for over 40 years. She became an FACP Accredited Collaborative Professional in 2020. Wendy served as President of the Collaborative Family Law Group of Central Florida from 2006-2017 and remains an active believer in out-of-court dispute resolution methods. Her firm is known for settlement oriented solutions to complex family law cases and The Aikin Family Law Group has been instrumental in promoting collaborative practice in Central Florida since 2002. She has presented numerous times at the IACP, the FACP and to her local practice group. Collaboration and interest-based negotiations are key values in her practice whether the case calls for a collaborative team or is a cooperative or hybrid case. Wendy is also a Florida Supreme Court certified family law mediator, is AV rated by Martindale-Hubbell, and is the Best Lawyers 2021 recipient of the Orlando Lawyer of the Year in the category of Collaborative Law. Recently, she chaired the local subcommittee tasked with revising the Collaborative Family Law Group of Central Florida practice forms. She will share the new and improved forms and the reasons for the changes, along with the importance of thinking about your vocabulary in the written and spoken word as a successful collaborative practitioner.

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