About IACP

IACP is the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals, an international community of legal, mental health and financial professionals working in concert to create client-centered processes for resolving conflict.


Transform how conflict is resolved worldwide through Collaborative Practice.


IACP supports Collaborative Practice as a conflict resolution option worldwide by:


  • establishing and upholding the essential elements, ethical and practice standards of Collaborative Practice;
  • fostering professional excellence by educating and providing resources to Collaborative practitioners;
  • leading and integrating the Collaborative community; and
  • promoting the growth of Collaborative Practice.


For more information about IACP and its committees, please contact us at info@collaborativepractice.com

2014 Committees

Access to Collaboration Task Force
Co-Chairs: Catherine Conner and Karen Levitt

Australia and Southeast Asia Collaborative
Chair: Catherine Gale

Domestic Violence Task Force
Co-Chairs: Jacinta Gallant and Barbara Kelly

European Collaborative
Co-Chairs: Yuval Berger and Shireen Meistrich

Co-Chairs: Suzan Barrie Aiken and Chris Farish

Leadership Development
Co-Chairs: Talia Katz and Lynda Robbins

Practice Group Development
Co-Chairs: Mike Fancher and Chris Farish

Professional Development
Co-Chairs: Barbara Kelly and Gaylene Stingl

Chair: Linda Wray

Co-Chairs: Mark Weiss and Linda Wray

Civil Standards Task Force
Chair: Lynda Robbins

IACP Training Standards Review Task Force
Chair: Mark Weiss

UCLA-IACP Standards Review Task Force
Chair: Linda Wray

Trainers Network and Development
Chair: Catherine Conner

UCLA Advisory Panel
Chair: Maury White