It’s time for another update on upcoming Daisy Camp divorce education classes! The weekend retreat is scheduled as follows:
9.14.2012 – 9.16.2012 “Daisy Camp WEEKEND Retreat”
Location: Hotel Location TBD
Cost: $ 325(full weekend) $150 (Saturday Only)
Scholarships are available
Time: 9:00a.m. – 5:00p.m.
Here is the whole list of available classes:
- April 26th – Financial Concerns/Tax Advantages for Divorcing Families
- May 8th Commitment to Me
- May 19th – Daisy Camp Day Retreat
- May 22nd – How to Protect Your Children’s Needs
- June 12th Commitment to Me
- June 19th – Managing Your Emotions in the Divorce Process
- July 10th Commitment to Me
- August 9th – Back to School; Keep it cool with Co-Parenting tips
- August 14th Commitment to Me
- Septmember 11th Commitment to Me
- September 14 – 16th Daisy Camp WEEKEND Retreat
- September 27th – Divorce Options
- October 9th Commitment to Me
- October 15th – Financial Concerns/Tax Advantages for Divorcing Families
- November 9th 2012 Daisy Camp Day Retreat
- November 29th – How to Protect Your Children’s Needs
Click for Daisy Camp website
I’m especially excited about this post about Daisy Camp founder Jennifer Morris. Not only is it regarding a great topic, Daisy Camp. It’s also one of the first interactive videos that we’ve recorded through Skype. We hope this will be a start to a series of interviews with helpful people like Jennifer Morris regarding helpful divorce/separation topics, like Daisy Camp. If you have ideas for future videos, let me know by commenting below or emailing me at email@example.com.
In the video, I ask Jennifer Morris how Daisy Camp started, what Daisy Camp is about and who is a typical Daisy Camper, among other questions and answers that will give you a good sense for whether Daisy Camp is right for you!
Here’s a Daisy Camp Seminar Aug 2011 retreat.
From the Daisy Camp website:
Daisy Camp was founded in 2006 by Jennifer Morris, a local realtor who emerged from her divorce with a belief that women need more support to help them through this important transition. Jennifer’s unique idea of helping women through a “camping experience” has captured the attention of local and national media and has changed the lives of many women. Today, hundreds of “Daisies’” throughout Minnesota and beyond continue to gather regularly and help each other make the most of their new, “ever-expanding lives”.
You can go to the Daisy Camp FaceBook page by clicking here.
To contact Daisy Camp, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call and talk with Marlys Ousky at 952-405-2060.
Never heard of a divorce coach? Well, you should read this!
Because divorce is more than just a legal process, it’s important to consider whether a divorce coach would help you and your family through this difficult transition. Attached is a helpful document titled “Understanding Divorce Coaching” from the Collaborative Law Institute of Minnesota. It covers topics such as “What is a Divorce Coach?”, “Why Use a Coach?”, “What Can a Coach Do For Me?”, “The Role of a Neutral Coach” and “The Role of an Allied Coach – A Two Coach Model”.
A good way to find a divorce coach in Minnesota is to click on the Collaborative Law Institute of Minnesota link above and then click on “Find a Collaborative Professional”. From there you can use the drop-down menu titled “Find a Professional by Profession” to limit your search to “Psychologial Professional”, which is where the Divorce Coaches are listed. You don’t have to be part of a Collaborative Practice Divorce to use a Divorce Coach, but this is a great resource for those looking for a Divorce Coach whether or not their divorce is going Collaboratively.
Author of this Post: Carl Arnold, Attorney/Mediator