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Collaborative Practice California – The Collaborative Practice movement in California is organized and active. Their website is full of information on CP, including why people choose CP and why people have professional assistance beyond the usual lawyers. There is also a list of books that offer ways to effectively approach negotiating your own divorce.
Collaborative Practice East Bay – An interdisciplinary group of local Collaborative professionals which promotes group training, meeting, and socializing to better meet their clients’ and communities’ needs.
Collaborative Practice San Francisco– Another interdisciplinary group of local Collaborative professionals which promotes group training, meeting, and socializing to better meet their clients’ and communities’ needs.
Co-Parent Successfully – another free, confidential, and interactive website for divorcing and divorced parents.
IACP – The International Academy of Collaborative Professionals’ website is a collection of information on CP in general and the growth of the process as a world-wide movement. Their website is full of information for anyone considering a non-adversarial divorce.
Kids’ Turn – a Bay Area nonprofit organization that helps guide families– both parents and children– through restructuring during or after divorce or parental separation.
Mediate.com – This website lists mediators throughout the United States, and contains a lot of information on the mediation process.
Our Family Wizard – a site to communicate, organize and manage all of your family information, messages, journals, expenses, parenting time calendars, and schedules to faciliate co-parenting.
Up To Parents – a free, confidential, and interactive website for divorcing and divorced parents.