Announcements

  • Jeffrey is on the board of trustees at the New York Association of Collaborative Professionals (NYACP). After previously serving for seven years, he was asked to return to the board as one of two mental health professionals currently serving.

  • Jeffrey is highly recommended by his peers on Alignable.

  • Collaborative Divorce: An Innovative Approach to Working with Families in Transition, presented by Jeffrey Steiger, LCSW and Bob Raymond, PD in Saratoga Springs, NY. Mental health professionals are working with attorneys and financial professionals to enable couples to divorce without going to court. Families are empowered as they reconstitute without acrimony. New techniques are utilized as psychologists take a leadership role in mediating with couples and working out final divorce settlements which benefit children and their parents. This is a highly valued non-insurance-based service. Collaborative divorce is an evolved and humanistic approach gaining momentum throughout the country.

  • Jeffrey, along with his colleague Abby Rosmarin, Esq. LMHC, co-facilitate a structured group experience called Pivotal Moments. This series is created for people who are experiencing a significant transition in their lives and want to make some important changes. For more information about the group, visit www.pivotalmoments.net.

  • Jeffrey recorded several media projects for LifeCare, Inc., a work/life company, including a webinar, Divorce, Separation and Your Children: Reactions & Support Strategies, and four podcasts: Divorce: From Crisis to Collaboration, Children & Divorce, Low Conflict/Low Cost Divorce and Co-Parenting and Living as a Divorced Parent.

  • Jeffrey worked with a number of judges in the Westchester County court system in New York to work with high-conflict families as a Parent Coordinator (PC).

  • Jeffrey presented and moderated several programs throughout his career, including:

    • The Value of Collaborative Practice for LGBTQ Families and Relationships. Scandinavia House, New York City, New York.

    • Domestic Violence and the Collaborative Practitioner: The Complexity of Power in Relationships. Pace University School of Law, New York City, New York. This program for multi-disciplinary professionals focused on the dynamics of power and control, screening for domestic violence victims and survivors and ethical issues facing collaborative practitioners.

    • From Polarization to Collaboration - Working Effectively with High Conflict Couples. 9th Annual Networking and Educational Forum and International Association of Collaborative Professionals (IACP), New Orleans, Louisiana.

    • Practical Information to Apply to the Toughest Cases/Working Collaboratively with Difficult People. First Annual Collaborative Practice presented by Collaborative Training Solutions, LLC, Hancock, MA.

    • Working with Difficult Couples. Hudson Valley Collaborative Divorce Association, Poughkeepsie, New York.

    • Working Collaboratively with Difficult Couples. The International Academy of Collaborative Professionals: The Collaborative Mosaic: The 8th Annual Networking and Educational Forum, Toronto, Ontario.