Negotiation is a strategic process that is not necessarily adversarial, unless one of the parties is an extremely self-centered person who has an exaggerated sense of self-importance is a part of the process. They may be a narcissist, have narcissistic personality disorder, or be a person who abuses. This information-packed CLE presentation juxtaposes sound negotiation practices and traits and characteristics of both narcissists and abusers. Understanding abuse and managing manipulative behaviors will help you avoid the pitfalls and common mistakes in family law.
Pamela Rak, LCSW PC, DCSW
Barbara Siegel, LCPC, IDVP, CCTP
1.0 hour free CLE professional responsibility credit (pending)