What happens to divorcing couples in the middle of a pandemic?
Where can parents go for help with custody disputes when the courts are closed?
Families are in crisis, and they don’t know where to turn.

Collaborative Practice is an internationally-recognized method created to help divorcing couples, and parents manage divorce and child custody matters peacefully without the courts.

On May 27th at 12:00 p.m. (CST), the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals is hosting a FREE information session about Collaborative Practice and its benefits.

Learn new ways to get your clients the help they need and expand your local referral network.
Local civic, social, business, religious, and community groups, as well as professional associations, are invited.

As a service provider, you see firsthand how COVID-19 is devastating our community. Let’s work together to provide solutions.

Seats are limited. Register now.


Dr. Irgang
Dr. Lisa Irgang is a Clinical Psychologist and the Owner of Relationship Solutions Center. She provides a variety of services to meet her clients needs. Dr. Lisa has worked with people throughout Chicagoland, helping with adjusting to significant life changes, ADHD, Alternative Sexualities, Anxiety Disorders, Bipolar Disorder, Dealing with Chronic Illness, Depression, Low self-esteem, Parenting special needs children, Relationship concerns, and Trauma. She's a graduate of Argosy University Chicago and a Fellow at CLII - Collaborative Law Institute of Illinois.

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