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Parenting Coordination Training to meet new PA Court Rule requirements.

3/27/2019 to 3/29/2019
When: Wednesday, March 27, 2019
9:00 AM
Where: Bucks County Bar Association
135 E. State St.
Doylestown, Pennsylvania  18901
United States
Contact: Bucks Count Bar Association

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PARENTING COORDINATION ~ March 27, 28 & 29, 2019; 9-5 each day


Co-Trainers: Cheryl Cutrona, Esq., Executive Director of GSMP & Ann Marie Termini, Ed.S, M.S., LPC, Director of the Cooperative Parenting Institute

Includes: 10 hours of Family Mediation; 5 hours of Domestic Violence; and 5 hours of Parenting Coordination to meet PA Court Rule requirements
FEE: $500, general registration (with no credits)
$550, includes 21 PA-CLE (19 substantive & 2 ethics) or NASW CEU



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On August 9, 2018, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court amended the Rule 1915.11-1 and adopting Rules 1915.22 and 1915.23 of the Pennsylvania Rules of Civil Procedure reauthorizing court-appointed Parenting Coordination. The rule will go into effect on March 1, 2019.


Parenting Coordination is a process for resolving issues arising out of a custody order issued by the Court. The Parenting Coordinator (PC) is a trained facilitator appointed by the Court to foster communication and agreement conducive to the best interests of the children. Typical issues include: transitions between households; variations from the parenting plan for special events; school issues; child-care arrangements; extra-curricular activities; and other matters related to implementing the parenting plan.


The rule provides that to qualify for court appointments, Parenting Coordinators must be "licensed to practice in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania either as an attorney or a mental health professional with a masters degree or higher" and have completed specialized training that includes five hours of parenting coordination process; ten hours of family mediation; and five hours of training in domestic violence" and submit an affidavit to the court every two years attesting that the PC continues to meet the qualifications. This workshop was developed specifically to meet those requirements.

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