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BIDC Program


The BIDC is committed to providing relevant and high-quality information to professionals working in the field of divorce.

Attendees may receive CEU or CLE credits. For professionals who are not social workers or lawyers, a contact hour certificate is also awarded.

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Ethical & Effective Communications with the Court

November 1, 2023 @ 12:00 PM - 1:15 PM


This program will cover Ethical and Effective Communication by attorneys and mental health professionals.  Understanding what you can and can’t say, should and shouldn’t say, and why these other professionals are communicating as they are.  If we understand each other’s ethical guidelines, we can better work together for effective communication.


Rebecca practices primarily in the areas of family law providing litigation representation as well as mediation Understanding that involvement in a legal action is rarely comfortable for a client, Rebecca seeks to communicate the process and progress clearly so clients feel confident about the steps and system affecting their cases. Rebecca feels client education and counseling is a focal point of her practice. Licensed in 1992 Rebecca became a shareholder in 1994. Even during her six year hiatus (2002-2008) where she was a substitute teacher and a preschool teacher, Rebecca focused her career on families and children.

Rebecca is licensed to practice law before all Colorado State Courts and the United States District Court for the District of Colorado. In addition to being a member of local bar associations, Ms. Pepin continues to give back to her community through volunteer work. He is past president of COAFCC, and served as an instructor with Red Cross, a Rotarian, and as a board member for the Flagstaff Academy Charter School.


His current profession focuses on CFI and PRE work, Marriage and Family Therapy, Reintegration Therapy, and Training the next generation of Therapists. He’s a local leader in his field with his involvement in AFCC and takes a leadership position within the Emotionally Focused Therapy community in Southern Colorado. He teaches other therapists to leverage the best researched and empirically validated relational model of therapy to date. As he builds his skill set, he looks forward to working with the courts.

Josh specializes in Family counseling, couples therapy, reintegration therapy and other forms of Family Systems and is a founding member in the AAMFT Rocky Mountain Family Therapy Network SO-CO EFT , AFCC and a COAFCC Board Member since 2021


2002-2006 University of Colorado-Colorado Springs

B.S. Finance, B.S. Marketing and College of of Business IT

2017- 2019 North Central University

Focused on Systemic Family Therapy, Couples Counseling, and Family Counseling




November 1, 2023
12:00 PM - 1:15 PM


Boulder Courthouse Jury Room
1777 6th St
Boulder, CO 80302
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