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Lisa Herrick, (Mental Health Professional)

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   405 N Washington Street, Suite 103
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Email:
  lherrickphd@gmail.com
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Education


Degree Institution Year

Licenses


J.D.

LL.B.

Ph.D.

Psy.D

Ed.D.

L.E.P.

LCSW

LPC

LMFT

Psychiatrist

CFP®

CPA

ChFC

Professional Activities


Current Prior

Collaborative Practice Training


Year Course Title Instructor Hours Action
Basic/ Introductory Collaborative Law or Interdisciplinary Collaborative Team Training.
30-Hr Interest-Based Negotiation & Mediation Skills
Advanced interest-based negotiation, communication skills, collaborative,professional coach training
Annual 4 hours collaborative continuing education (basic, intermediate, or advanced)

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Lisa Herrick, (Mental Health Professional)

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For the last twenty five years, I have been working with clients who are struggling with marriage, separation and divorce. I have helped parents who are suffering high conflict in their divorce, have worked with children and teens whose parents are in the midst of separating, and I have provided services as a Collaborative Coach and/or Child Specialist during the last nine years. I have worked on more than 180 Collaborative cases at this point, with the vast majority coming to successful resolution. One of the things that is most important to me as a divorce professional is to provide ongoing and consistent support to all of my clients. To me, support means both providing guidance through a very confusing time, offering input about emotional challenges for clients and their children, and offering myself as a sounding board for clients who often need to talk through ideas, options, and challenging decisions. I am equally dedicated to helping both fathers and mothers in their efforts to remain fully engaged parents and in their efforts to learn how to parent effectively even though they are getting divorced. I believe parents CAN protect children from many negative impacts of divorce if they are informed, reassured, and strengthened. I am a founding member of the Collaborative Professionals Training Institute (CPTI), a tri-state faculty of professionals who offer basic and advanced trainings throughout the country. In September, 2010, I co-founded the Collaborative Practice Center of Greater Washington, a suite of offices where attorneys, mental health professionals and financial experts share space and work side by side on Collaborative ventures. Finally, I have co-authored two books with Kate Scharff, one titled Navigating Emotional Currents in Collaborative Divorce; A Guide to Enlightened Team Practice. That book was published in October 2010. A second book, Mastering Crucial Moments in Separation and Divorce; A Multidisciplinary Guide to Excellence in Practice and Outcome was published in October, 2016, also by the American Bar Association Press.

Collaborative Practice Group Membership


Collaborative Professionals of Northern Virginia

Collaborative Services


I have been working with attorneys, financial neutrals, and other mental health experts throughout the tri-state area (VA, MD and DC) over the last six years. I have participated in over 80 cases and have served both as a Divorce Coach and a Child Specialist. I have worked both as a sole Mental Health Neutral and as one of two Divorce Coaches. During the last two years, I have provided trainings to professionals who want to learn the Collaborative approach, and have found the spread of Collaborative throughout America to be thrilling. I believe the Collaborative model of resolving disputes is a creative, inspiring, supportive, and effective way to help people move through the challenging process of divorce for a wide variety of clients and situations. I also find that Collaborative teams are uniquely able to listen to the voices of the children in each family, and to give those children a chance to be heard. Children I have worked with during the very difficult time of their parents' divorce have expressed relief that they are able to talk about the experiences they are having with people who can help their parents help them.

Education


Licenses


Licensed Clinical Psychologist - VA and DC ,Ph.D.

Professional Activities


CURRENT:
Board Member --DCACP - Chair of Education Committee

PRIOR:
Past President -- DCACP (DC practice group)
Co-Chair -- CPNV - (Northern VA practice group)
Faculty Trainer --Collaborative Professionals Training Institute - CPTI
Co-Founder -- Collaborative Practice Center of Greater Washington

Collaborative Practice Training


Year Course Title Instructor Hours
Basic/ Introductory Collaborative Law or Interdisciplinary Collaborative Team Training.
2007 Basic Interdisciplinary Training Lauren Alexander, Nancy Ross et. al. 18
30-Hr Interest-Based Negotiation & Mediation Skills
2008 30 Hour Mediation Training with Collaborative Skills Focus Judy Rubin, Frank Morrison 30
Additional 15 hours Intermediate/ Advanced interest-based negotiation, communication skills, collaborative, or basic professional coach training
2008 IACP FORUM Worshop on Train the Trainers Susan Gamache, Amy Wolf, Malcolm McCallum 6
2007 Intermediate Collaborative Law Training Stu Webb 6
2007 Conflict Resolution Training I was the instructor. 6
Annual 4 hours collaborative continuing education (basic, intermediate, or advanced)
2022 “Collaborative Clients: When kumbaya is not enough.” CPNV: Barbara Burr, Esq. 1.5
2022 Targeted Tools to Resolve Complex Collaborative Impasses CPNV: Carl Mitlehner, CFP®, Sue Soler, LCSW, and Jennifer Bradley, JD 1.5
2022 DCACP: The Long and Winding Farewell: How Divorce Changes What We Think We Know About Grief Hope Edelman 4.5
2021 Understanding Domestic Violence and the Challenges in Getting It Right CPNV: Viola Vaughan-Eden, PhD, MJ, LCSW 1.5
2021 Transform Them CPNV: Jonathan Foust, MA, CSA 1.5
2021 The Flexible Potential of the Child Specialist Role CPNV: Natalie Goldberg and Lisa Herrick 1.5
2021 Should Virginia Create a Legal Presumption of Shared Custody: A Current Effort is Underway, and There is Research to Support It CPNV: Adele D’Ari, Ph.D., Lisa Herrick, Ph.D., Jennifer Bradley, J.D. 1.5
2021 NO JUSTICE, NO PEACE DCACP: Barbara Burr, Esq.; Natalie Goldberg, LCSW 1.5
2021 HOLD ONTO YOUR HATS: STRATEGIES FOR STREAMLINING COLLABORATIVE PRACTICE CPNV: Jennifer Bradley, Esq., Lynn Fetcher, Esq., Natalie Goldberg, LCSW, Jane Ochsman Rowny, CPA, CDFA 1.5
2021 Changes, Practical Applications and Issues now that the UCLA Statute has been Enacted (14th VaCP) s (14th VaCP) Teresa Cole, JD, Karen Keyes, JD & Cheryl Smith, JD 1
2021 BEYOND SPREAD SHEETS AND CASH FLOW – A DEEP DIVE INTO THE FINANCIAL NEUTRAL ROLES AS FACILITATOR, MEDIATOR AND ADVISOR CPNV: Debbie May CPA, CFP, CDFA and Robin Taub, J.D. 1.5
2021 ADULT ADHD IN COLLABORATIVE PRACTICE: A POWERFUL, UNDER-RECOGNIZED X FACTOR CPNV: Kate Scharff, PhD 1.5
2021 A Deeper Dive into the Role of the Child Specialist (14th VaCP) I was presenter with Natalie Goldberg, LCSW 2.75
2020 Yikes-My Client is recently sober-integrating substance abuse recover into a parenting plan CPNV: Natalie Goldberg & George Young 1.5
2020 The New Normal CPNV: Steve Goldman & Patrice Garver 1.5
2020 Prenups, the Collaborative Way CPNV: Michael McHugh & Lynn Fletcher 1.5
2020 Impacts During COVID-19 CPNV: Lisa Herrick, Natalie Goldberg, Sue Soler, Jennifer Bradley & Grant Moher 1.5
2020 Dialectical Behavioral Therapy: Adapting Techniques for Collaborative Practice CPNV: Britt Rathbone, LCSW-C 3
2020 Cash, Covid, and Collaboration: Financial Considerations for assisting your clients CPNV: Jordan Egert & Jane Oschman Rowny 1.5
2019 What’s IACP Got To Do With It? Chris Farish .05
2019 VaCP Annual Conference: Collaborative Boot Camp I was instructor with Barbara Burr 5.5
2019 Mediation & Interest Based Negotiation Skills Training I was instructor with Barbara Burr, Esq. 40
2019 Creating Child-Focused Parenting Plans I was instructor with Barbara Burr, Esq. & Adele D’Ari, EdD 6
2017 Introductory Collaborative Training I was the instructor. 14
2017 Delving into Impasse I was the instructor. 6
2017 Creating the Conditions for Growth As We Help Our Clients Navigate Separation and Divorce I was instructor with Kate Scharff 6
2017 Collaborative Protocols and Navigating the Complexity of Divorce Victoria Smith 5
2016 Providing and Receiving Feedback Karen Freed, Sue Soler, Andrea Hirsch, Jan White 1.5
2016 Mastering Crucial Moments in Separation and Divorce I was the instructor. 5
2016 It Starts Before It Begins: Creating a Helping Relationship with Our Clients I was the instructor. 3
2015 The Challenge of Teams Nancy Cameron and Yuval Berger 5
2015 Creating the Conditions for Change I was the instructor. 5
2014 Three Day Basic Training in Collaborative Team Practice I was the instructor. 18
2014 The Impact of Divorce on Children: What the Research Says I was the instructor. 2
2014 Navigating Emotional Currents in Collaborative Divorce I was the instructor. 12
2014 Finding Money Harmony Olivia Mellon 6
2013 Three Day Collaborative Divorce Team Training I was instructor. 21
2013 Tending and Moving: The Balancing Act I was the instructor. 2
2013 In The Moment: Anguish, Anxiety and Aggression I was the instructor. 3
2013 Association of Family and Conciliation Courts Annual Conference Ed Farber, PhD; Marsha Kline Pruett 6
2013 30 Hour Mediation and Interest Based Negotiation Skills Training I was instructor. 30
2012 Updates in Collaborative Protocols Paul Smollar, Jan White and Susan Butler 1.5
2012 Timeless Attachments:Shared Residential Parenting Research Fabricius, Emery, Neilson, Kruk 2
2012 Sense and Sensibility: Critical Interplay of Coaches and Attorneys V. Carpel Miller, Ellie Izzo, David Horowitz 5
2012 Roadblocks to Financial Resolutions In Collaborative Cases Debora May, Gigi Robson, Lonnie Broussard 1
2012 Navigating Emotional Currents of Collaborative Divorce I was the instructor. 6
2012 Intractible Issues in Custody Cases Mindy Mitnik, Ed. D. 12
2012 Infants, Overnights and Attachment Emery, George, McIntosh 2
2012 In The Moment: Anguish, Anxiety and Aggression I was the instructor. 5
2012 Elephants in the Room During Spousal Support Discussions in Collaborative Cases I was the instructor. 1.5
2012 Advanced Skills in Interest-Based Negotiation I was the instructor. 6
2012 3 Day Basic Multi-Disciplinary Collaborative Training I was the instructor. 21
2011 Preventing Real Property Pitfalls in Divorce Kelly Lise Murray 2
2011 Navigating Emotional Currents of Collaborative Divorce I was the instructor. 3
2011 3 Day Basic Team Training in Collaborative Divorce I was the instructor. 18
2010 Creating a Deep and Durable Collaborative Parenting Plan I was the instructor. 6
2010 30 Hour Interest Based Negotiation Skills Training I was the instructor. 30
2010 3 Day Basic Team Training in Collaborative Divorce I was the instructor. 18
2009 Three Day Multidisciplinary Collaborative Team Training I was the instructor. 21
2009 Seminar on The Role of Coaches Pauline Tessler and Peggy Thompson 6
2009 Navigating Emotional Landmines in Collaborative Practice I was the instructor. 3
2009 IACP Forum Institute on Developing Your Practice Kathleen Connor 6
2009 Collaborative Process: Negotiation Skills, Communication and Ethical Issues I was the instructor. 12
2009 30 Hour Interest Based Negotiation Skills Training I was the instructor. 30
2006 Basic Collaborative Law Training Sue Brunsting 12
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