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Stephan Hess, (Financial Professional)

Address:
   380 East Market St.
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Email:
  shess@hess-financial.com
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Education


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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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Stephan Hess, (Financial Professional)

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Collaborative Practice Group Membership


Collaborative Professionals of the Shenandoah Valley

Collaborative Services


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Education


Licenses


CFP, CDFA ,CFP®

Professional Activities


PRIOR:

Collaborative Practice Training


Year Course Title Instructor Hours
Basic/ Introductory Collaborative Law or Interdisciplinary Collaborative Team Training.
2013 Collaborative Divorce Three Day Team Training CPTi 21
30-Hr Interest-Based Negotiation & Mediation Skills
2013 Interest Based negotiation Dillina Stickley & Marshall Yoder 9
2013 Basic Mediation Fairfield Center Tim Ruebke 20
Additional 15 hours Intermediate/ Advanced interest-based negotiation, communication skills, collaborative, or basic professional coach training
2017 mastering crucial moments in divorce Dillina Stickley 1
2017 cultivating a positive erlationship in the colaborative process Laura Evick 1
2017 assessing ourselves personally ti fine tune professional sustainability Jenny Kuszyk 1
2015 Using resilience and attachment dimensions for positive engagement Anne Stewart 1
2015 Role Plays- Having difficult conversations when colleagues are not collaborative Dillina Stickley 1
2015 Retirement who could have seen that coming Paul Legrand 1
2015 Retirement and preparation for Retirement Paul Legrand 1
2015 I was the instructor. I was the instructor 1
2015 Coaches: Role playing and detailed discussions with difficlut clients Dillina Stickley 1
2015 Coaches: Role Playing and detailed discussions difficult clients phase 11 Dillina Stickley 1
2014 The Three Main Ways People Process Information Marshall Yoder 1
2014 The People Side of Business Lee Hersch 1
2014 Financial Forensics Kevin Humphries 1
2014 Collaborating Outside the Brain Shannon Sneary 1
2013 Financial analysis- helping people see life after divorce I was the instructor. 1
Annual 4 hours collaborative continuing education (basic, intermediate, or advanced)
2021 Utilizing MHPs Jenny Kuszyk 1
2021 Use of Reverse Mortgages in Grey Divorces CPSV: I was presenter 1
2021 Start the Collaborative process Kelsey Marker 1
2021 Reverse mortgages Stephan Hess 1
2021 Income producing options in Divorce Stephan Hess 1
2021 Improve Presentation Skills CPSV: I was presenter 1
2021 How to Utilize a Mental Health Profession in Collaborative Divorce CPSV: Jenny Kuszyk 1
2021 How to Start the Collaborative Process if One Spouse is Reluctant CPSV: Kelsey Marker 1
2021 Considerations of Income Producing Accounts for Divorce CPSV: Stephan Hess 1
2021 Body Language as a Tool for Deep Listening CPSV: Dillina Stickley 1
2021 Assessing Family Abuse as it Relates to the Requirements of the Uniform Collaborative Law Act CPSV: Jenny Kuszyk 1
2021 Assessing Family Abuse Jenny Kuszyk 1
2020 Zoom Etiquette and Tips for Collaborative Sessions and More CPSV: Cathleen Rea 1
2020 Unusual Problems in Collaborative Cases and Howe We Can Conquer These Challenges CPSV: Kelsey Marker 1
2020 Understanding asset protection IDFA 1
2020 Stock options executive cop and divorce IDFA 1
2020 Retirement plans and QDROS IDFA 1
2020 Navigating financial impact of divorce IDFA 1
2020 Education planning & Divorce IDFA 1
2020 Divorce and disability IDFA 1
2020 Business valuation and divorce IDFA 1
2019 employees spouse Marshall Yoder 1
2019 Three Commitments to Growing Your Collaborative Practice in 2019 Group 1
2019 The Between Meeting Back-Out CPSV: Kelsey Marker 1
2019 New Financial considerations Stephan Hess 1
2019 Jumpstarting Your Practice Group CPSV: Dillina Stickley: Moderator 1
2019 Client With Control Issues vs. Passive Client CPSV: Jenny Kuszyk 1
2019 Child focused parenting Marshall & Jenny 1
2019 Child Custody and visitation Dillina Stickley 1
2019 Case Briefs Dillina Stickley 1
2018 What’s Important About Money? CPSV: I was the instructor 1
2018 Streamlined/Fast Track Possible Protocols – Part 2 CPSV: Marshall Yoder -
2018 Pillars of life CPSV: Jeny Kuszyk 1
2018 Peer consultation CPSV: Tim Ruebke 1
2018 Lurking in the Shadows: Dealing with Collateral People and Information in Collaborative Cases CPSV: Dillina Stickley 1
2018 Is It Bad Faith or Just a Jerk? CPSV: Dillina Stickley 1
2018 Interest goals and needs CPSV: Jenny Kuszyk 1
2018 Growing a Collaborative Practice CPSV: Laura Evick 1
2018 Facing the Facts: Coming to Grips With Changing Realities in Divorce CPSV: Robyn Hill 1
2017 Streamlined probono work CPSV: Marshall Yoder 1
2017 Psychology of money Paul Legrand 1
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