The First Annual Lives in the Balance Conference on Collaborative Problem Solving was held on November 12, 2011, in Augusta, Maine. Leaders, educators, parents, and staff members from restrictive therapeutic facilities from across North America participated in a full day of learning, networking, and honoring those who have been devoting their energy and talents to implementing CPS — and improving the lives of kids with behavioral challenges and their parents, teachers, and other caregivers — in their realms of influence. There were many speakers at the conference.
The organizers have put up four videos on this important model. Here is the link to the mini-documentary. It is just over 20 minutes long, and well worth viewing.