Podcast: Forrest “Woody” Mosten on Building a Collaborative Practice

Forrest “Woody” Mosten, an internationally renowned collaborative professional and mediator and author of the Collaborative Divorce Handbook, The Complete Guide to Mediation, and Unbundling Legal Services, was recently in Tampa to put on a workshop sponsored by Next Generation Divorce.

During a lunch break at the workshop, Woody spoke with Dr. Garin Vick for his podcast show, Divorce Without Destruction.  Woody and Garin discussed how attorneys, mental health professionals, and financial professionals could build a full-time peacemaking practice.  Again, this was recorded during a lunch break of a two-day conference, so the audio is not the greatest, but Woody offers great advice for divorce professionals who want to help their clients via collaborative practice and other non-litigation methods.

This podcast may be of interest not only to professionals, but also to divorcing spouses to get a glimpse of the passion that collaborative professionals tend to have for helping their clients:

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Keep in mind that this podcast is essentially a 15 minute summary of a two-day training.  If you are interested in learning more about Woody or attending his trainings, you can go to his website, http://mostenmediation.com/.

Family Diplomacy (formerly known as The Law Firm of Adam B. Cordover, P.A.) is a proud sponsor of the Divorce Without Destruction Podcast.  To learn more about how collaborative practice can help your family, schedule a consultation with us at (813) 443-0615 or fill out our contact form.

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  1. susanbuniva says:


    I think your marketing efforts are phenomenal. I hope they are paying off in spades. I’d love to hear any feedback you have to offer in that respect as our practice group continues to look at marketing and education. Hope you are well.

    Warmly, Susan


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