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2020 Conference Update: We are saddened to announce the cancellation of the ACR-PJSA 2020 Conference as originally planned as a “live” event in Orlando, Florida. The ACR Board of Directors is actively exploring other options for members to connect, including a virtual conference and/or a series of webinars. Even though our traditional conference will not happen, we want to find ways to continue to offer opportunities to make those valuable professional connections that we treasure and are the heart of ACR conferences.

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Call for Nominations: Each year, ACR seeks dedicated, energetic, enthusiastic, talented and knowledgeable members to become volunteer leaders as Board Directors and Officers. If you are such a member or know a member who qualifies, this is the time to consider becoming a  candidate (or nominating someone) for a seat on the Board.  

The deadline for receipt of Nominations for candidates shall be Monday June 1, 2020 at 11:00 PM (EDT). This date is final.

Click to read the full 2020 Call for Nominations for Election to ACR Board of Directors and President-Elect.


Congratulations to ACR's newest member of the Academy of Family Mediators (Family Section AP), Sandra Lee. Sandra is a highly experienced Family Divorce Mediator and Divorce Coach in North Carolina.

She has passionately been working the field for over twenty-one years.  When divorce becomes the answer for a couple then the path they choose is critical to the emotional, financial, physical, and spiritual well-being for not only themselves but for their children.  She believes choosing to mediate their divorce and parenting terms should strongly be considered as possibly the best choice to create a plan and future in alignment with their goals.  Divorce mediation offers significant advantages to couples who have the courage to dialogue with each other regarding conflicts and mutual interests as the define what is “fair” ash they negotiate their own settlement.

A couple collaborating with a qualified mediator each gives up the option of blaming attorneys and/or judges for imposing a settlement upon them because THEY held the power to create their own divorce terms.  The process helps a couple to put their divorce pieces in perspective as they make choices about their future and their family’s future.

Click to find out how to achieve Advanced Practitioner status.

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