Honorée Corder is a Texan who author of a number of books, including her newest, “If Divorce is a Game, These are the Rules.” During her own divorce, she had the same experiences that most divorced or divorcing people experience, and from that experience she learned some techniques that will be helpful in some way to nearly every divorced or divorcing person out there. With insight and … [Read more...]
Articles from Camille Milner
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...for Clients Who Need to Divorce The following blog is authored by one of our collaborative lawyer and mediator colleagues in New York, Katherine Eisold Miller. Even though she doesn’t live in Texas, she is a member of our Collaborative Law Institute of Texas. Unfortunately, too many potential clients and professionals are not familiar with collaborative law, partly because it is still a … [Read more...]
Bill Eddy and Psychologist Don Saposnek’s recently published book a book called, Splitting America: How Politicians, Super PACs and the News Media Mirror High Conflict Divorce. When my sixteen year-old son was recently preparing a speech on the Constitution, I decided that I would order it for his reference (and of course, for mine). I have long thought that before every new session, everyone … [Read more...]
On a recent CLI-TX Blog, Linda Solomon, a Dallas MHP, discussed Gwyneth Paltrow’s announcement on her website, www.goop.com, that she and her significant other were embarking on “conscious uncoupling,” a term created by Los Angeles therapist and author Katherine Woodward Thomas. Publicizing this term has resulted in a number of additional articles popping up, including one called “The New … [Read more...]
Camille Milner, and her brother Wes Milner, were the presenters of the Stu Webb Lecture at the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals 9th Annual Forum in New Orleans, Louisiana, October 18, 2008. Their presentation was entitled: JUSTICE VS. PEACE AND RECONCILIATION: Have we been asking the wrong question all along? Hear the audio file... Since the beginning of recorded history, … [Read more...]