The BIDC unites an interdisciplinary community of professionals working in the complex realm of divorce, family law, parental responsibility and mental health. Our mission is to improve outcomes for families by providing training, consultation and community to professionals who navigate family law issues. From its beginnings in the 1970s, the BIDC has supported the Boulder […]
The Board of the Boulder Interdisciplinary Committee wishes to express our support for all those affected by the Marshall Fire. We know members of our close-knit community of mental health professionals and professionals serving domestic relations clients were profoundly impacted by this event. We wish to rally around our members in need and help solicit […]
Recognizing and Reporting Child Sexual Abuse, Handling Disclosures, and the Basics of Mandated Reporting
Gretchen Fair, LCSW from the Blue Sky Bridge in Boulder will be discussing topics about child sexual abuse. This program is a great opportunity for CFI’s and PRE’s to get started on meeting the training requirements necessary under the new legislation taking effect January 1, 2022 (HB21-1228).
It is with a heavy heart that I write to express my condolences to the friends and families of the ten victims whose lives were so tragically cut short Monday while doing the most normal of tasks. As someone who has lived, worked and frequented Boulder my entire life, I have been shaken by the […]
BIDC is sad to announce that one of our long-relied upon community parenting providers, Children’s First of the Rockies will be closing August 31, 2020 due to the financial impacts of COVID-19. We were informed of this latest COVID-19 casualty by, Mandy Walker, the Executive Director of Children’s First of the Rockies. As of September […]