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Lisa Schenkel, (Lawyer)

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   1602 Graves Mill Road
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  llsesquire@aol.com
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Education


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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 Schenkel, (Lawyer)

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The focus of my practice for the last 40 years has been Family Law. In addition to my litigation practice I served as substitute Judge in the district court system and as a Judge Pro Tempore in the circuit court system. However, since I discovered the Collaborative Process, I am focusing my practice on helping families to restructure by using this client centered process. I am also, very proud to have been a founding member of CPTI, LLC, Collaborative Practice Training Institute, a group of collaborative professionals whose mission is to train other professionals in the Collaborative Process.

Collaborative Practice Group Membership



Virginia Collaborative Professionals of Lynchburg

Collaborative Services


Over the years we have learned from the experiences of divorcing couples, parents trying to raise children in separate households, and from the people who are divorcing now who are children of divorce. These lessons learned, tell us that there are aspects of divorce which are unique to that process that require a different approach. One of the best ways that individuals can reshape their families and/or determine how to co-parent their children is to use the Collaborative process. A process that places strong emphasis on creating value in the problem solving process, maintaining parties' dignity, and focusing on the long term relationships that inherently must survive.

Education


Licenses


Virginia State Bar ,J.D.

Professional Activities


CURRENT:
Virginia Collaborative Professionals
Virginia Collaborative Professionals of Lynchburg
Virginia State Bar
Lynchburg Bar ASsociation

PRIOR:
Founding Member of CPTI (Colllaborative Practice Training Institute www.collaborativepracticetraining.com)

Collaborative Practice Training


Year Course Title Instructor Hours
Basic/ Introductory Collaborative Law or Interdisciplinary Collaborative Team Training.
2004 Basic Collaborative Law Training Pritchard & Carter 9
2008 3 Day Team Collaborative Training CDTT 20
30-Hr Interest-Based Negotiation & Mediation Skills
2009 30 Hour Interest Based Negotiation/Mediation Training I was the instructor 30
Additional 15 hours Intermediate/ Advanced interest-based negotiation, communication skills, collaborative, or basic professional coach training
2007 Basic Collaborative Law Training I was the instructor 4
2005 Mediation Training - 5
2005 Basic Collaborative Law Training Morrison & Rust 2
1993 Mediation Training - 5
Annual 4 hours collaborative continuing education (basic, intermediate, or advanced)
2021 Uniform Collaborative Law Act: History and Application. VCPL: Cheryl Smith 1
2021 How Trauma Impacts the Collaborative Process VCPL: Susan Muhoro, Lavinia Garbee & Teresa Billingsley 1
2020 The Psychological and Ethical Dimensions of Collaborative Practice David A. Hoffman, Collaborative Attorney & Mediator 6
2020 COVID 19's Impact on Collaborative Divorce Paul Legrand. 1
2019 You Can't Market Divorce Can You? IACP 1
2019 Using the Collaborative Process Schenkel, Morrison, Smith, Yoder 4
2019 Practice and Procedures: The Dos and Do Nots in the Collaborative Process Schenkel 1
2018 Interfacing Between Mental Health Professionals and Lawyers Billingsley,Muhoro, Garbee 3
2017 Understanding the Role and Use of Parent Coordinators and Parent Coaches Muhoro,Garbee,Marshall 1
2017 The Psychology of Money and Its RElevance to Family Law Professionals Legrand 1
2017 Creating the Conditions for Growth Scharff, Herrick 4
2016 Mindfulness for Collaborative Professionals I was the instructor 1
2016 Integrity: Using Purpose & Values to Become a Better Professional & Collaborative Practioner J. Kim Wright, J.D. 4
2016 Difficult Conversations I was the instructor 1
2016 Counseling Clients Through Bad News Marjorie Aaron 5
2016 Collaborative Course at W & L Law School I was the instructor 2
2015 The Attorney & Client Team I was the instructor 3
2014 VBA Power of Apology I was the instructor 1.5
2014 Using Collaborative and Interest Based Negotiation Skills I was the instructor 3
2014 Tools of Mindful Awareness Wohl 15
2014 Mindful Leadership Summit multiple 14
2014 Effective Communication/Negotiation I was the instructor 2
2014 Adult Attachment Styles Berger/Alexander 6
2014 3 Day Collaborative Team Traininng - Williamsburg, Va. I was the instructor 20.5
2013 inAccord Mediation Training - Boulder, Col. Ries 21
2013 Interest-Based Negotiations in a Neuroscience Context I was instructor,Faauss, Morison, Robson, Cassell 6
2013 3 Day Team Training - Fairfax , Va. I was the instructor 21
2012 Tools of Mindful Awareness - Straus Institute Riskin, Wohl 15
2012 Navigating Emotional Currents and Having Productive Difficult conversations I was the instructor 14
2012 Advanced Conflict Resolution Skills Schenkel, Marashall., Morrison, Herrick, Stickley 3
2012 3 Day Team Training - Maryland - March I was the instructor 21
2012 3 Day Team Training - Maryland - August I was the instructor 21
2011 Yellow Brick Road - Creativity\'s Container Rivers 6
2011 Working with Parents on Child Related Issues During Separation and Divorce Herrick/Scharrff/Burr/ White 6
2011 Preventing Real Property Pitfalls in Divorce Murray 2
2011 Navigating Emotional Currents: Delving Beneath the Surface of the Collaborative Process Herrick, Scharff 3
2011 Delving into the Heart of Conflict I was the instructor 6
2011 30 Hour Interested Based Negotiation/Mediation Skills Training I was the instructor 30
2011 3 Hour Webcast Having Prodctive Difficult Conversations I was the instructor 3
2010 Improvisational Negotiation Krivis 18
2010 30 Hour Interest Based Negotiation/Mediation Skills Training-Feb. I was the instructor 30
2010 30 Hour Interest Based Negotiation and Mediation Skills Training - Nov. I was the instructor 30
2010 3 Day Team Training - Roanoke I was the instructor 21
2009 Strauss Institute for Dispute Resolution Tessler/Lewis 18
2009 Choosing which model of Collaborative Practice Works Best Tessler & Thompson 5.5
2009 30 Hour Interest Based Negotiation/Mediation Skills Training- Nov. I was the instructor 30
2009 3 Day Basic Team Training I was the instructor 22
2008 Intermediate Interest Based Negotiation/Mediation Training Fisch & Lazar 3
2008 A Basic Training in Collaborative Practice and Process Morrison, StickleyI was instructor 11
2007 Conflict Resolution Training Morrison 10
2006 Intermediate Collaborative Law Training - 8
2006 Conflict Resolution Training Morrison 20
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