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Virtual Conference Videos now available May 30, 2022

Greetings,


Thank you for attending the Arizona Chapter's virtual conference earlier this year. We thank you for your patience while we worked to create a video content library with our partner and event sponsor, Our Family Wizard.


If you are receiving this message, it is because you registered and paid for the virtual conference. You may access the content whether you attended the live event, planned to watch it later, or simply would like to re-review the materials. 


Please do not share this link with others who did not register, as those individuals will have the opportunity to register to access the content separately.


Your content is available here: https://landing.ourfamilywizard.com/az-afcc-annual-conference-resources. Please note there is also a link within the landing page that directs you to handouts and other materials.


Sincerely,

The Arizona Chapter of the AFCC



Ethics Plenary Materials April 05, 2022

Greetings Participants of the 39th Annual Virtual Conference,


We're excited to see everyone for tomorrow's Ethics Plenary with Faren Akins, Suzanne Nicholls, Kiilu Davis, and Heidi Quinlan. Our presenters have provided the following information should you wish to read the case scenarios in advance. Please keep a copy available during the presentation if you plan to attend!


Download content here.


Thank you,

The Arizona Chapter of the AFCC



Ethics Breakout Session Handouts April 04, 2022

Dear Participant,


The presenters of tomorrow's talk titled Ethical Dilemmas and Collective Wisdom: Worst Case

Ethical Dilemmas and Creative Strategies from the Perspective of Legal and Behavioral Health Professionals, have created a case study for discussion. You're welcome to read the study in advance in preparation for tomorrow's talk. 


Materials can be downloaded here


Sincerely,

Arizona AFCC

Sedona Conference Certificate of Attendance March 16, 2022

Dear Sedona Conference Attendee,


Thank you for making the Sedona Conference an impactful and positive event.  For those who paid and attended, you may now download a certificate of attendance on the Conference Content webpage of our website here.  You may also still download the session content, including some new items that may have been added to the individual session sections since the conference weekend began (the full .zip file does not contain any new content).


The access code is still RedRock2020.  Content will be available for one month before the link becomes deactivated.   The content and certificate is made available to paid registrants and attendees of the conference.  Thank you in advance for not forwarding or sharing this link or access code to non-attendees.


Sincerely,

Board of Directors

The Arizona Chapter of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts

***AzAFCC 39th Annual Conference Materials CODE*** March 16, 2022

Dear Participants,


Thank you for your support of the Arizona AFCC.  To download copies of conference materials, please visit our website's conference content page HERE.


You may also navigate to www.azafcc.org and locate the "Conference Content" tab at the top.


Please use the code RedRock2020


Sincerely, 


The Arizona Chapter of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts

39th Annual Sedona Conference Materials March 16, 2022

Dear Attendees of the 39th Annual Arizona AFCC Conference,


We are very much looking forward to seeing you in beautiful Sedona this upcoming weekend.  Later this afternoon, you will be sent a link to access our webpage where you may download individual materials for the conference sessions.  In the meantime, for those who would like to download the complete conference file, you can can do so by selecting the following link:


COMPLETE CONFERENCE FILE.

IMPORTANT: LOOK FOR THE DOWN-ARROW NEAR THE TOP RIGHT CORNER OF YOUR WEB BROWSER TO DOWNLOAD THE FILE.  Please be patient, as it is a large file and may take up to 10 minutes to download.




Sincerely,

The Arizona Chapter of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts



Important Announcement About the 2022 Sedona Conference March 16, 2022

?Dear AFCC Members and Conference Participants:


You are receiving this message because our records show you have already registered for the 2022 Sedona Conference. AzAFCC members will receive additional announcement through our standard mailing list.


Due to unfortunate circumstances related to the COVID-19 pandemic, and specifically, the new Omicron variant, the AzAFCC Board has decided to cancel the January in-person conference.  
 
This was an extremely difficult decision made after many meetings, surveying our previously scheduled presenters and volunteer Board members, and considering the lead of other AFCC chapters.  The health and safety of our members is paramount, as is having the high-quality Conference to which our membership has grown accustomed and deserves.
 
We will immediately be initiating refunds to all who have paid.  You are also encouraged to cancel your room reservation should you wish to.  The Board is aiming for a virtual conference later this year.


Sincerely,

AzAFCC Board of Directors

Refunds Processed March 16, 2022

?Dear Conference Registrant,


All paid registrants have been issued refunds at this time. We would like to thank those of you who elected to pay for the processing fees at the time of your original transaction to benefit the Organization; however, we decided to absorb that cost so that our members are not out any fees.


If you suspect any errors or did not receive a refund, please contact the Chapter directly so that we can correct the problem.


Thank you again for your understanding and support. We look forward to providing you with the quality programming into the future.


Respectfully,

AzAFCC Board of Directors