All of CCP's professionals are trained and experienced in both collaborative and mediation processes. Collaboratively trained professionals are especially suited to offer all types of mediation: Traditional, Co-Mediation and Enhanced Mediation. Collaborative training teaches attorneys, financial and mental health experts to rely on one another, while respecting the limits of their own professional expertise.
Collaborative professionals learn to design and work in flexible, yet structured combinations that accommodate clients' specific needs, while moving effectively towards agreement. This ability to work in flexible yet structured combinations is ideal for designing cost-effective mediation alternatives that address clients' financial, emotional and legal concerns effectively.
The following links explain the differences between Mediation Models: