Collaborative Practice: Introductory Training 2017

Collaborative Practice: Introductory Training 2017

Collaborative Practice is a multidisciplinary dispute resolution process where parties work together with trained professionals to resolve their dispute respectfully and outside of the shadow of the Court. Having been used in family disputes extensively in parts of North America and in 22 other countries, New Zealand professionals are also now using Collaborative Practice to assist their clients to problem solve together in a manner that is focused on their interests and the future.

Overview of Course

Taking you step by step through a collaborative case, this practical, hands-on training will:

  • Introduce you to the Collaborative Process and its key principles;
  • Allow you to practice the process;
  • Explore the interdisciplinary team model and how the various professionals complement each other for the benefit of their clients;
  • Assist you to incorporate Collaborative Practice into your work, to establish it within your local professional community and be part of the wider international community of Collaborative Professionals;
  • Leave you excited and feeling confident about incorporating the principles and skills of Collaborative Practice into your dispute resolution practice.

Who Should Attend this Course?

The training is open to lawyers, accountants/financial advisors, psychologists, counsellors, conflict or divorce coaches, mediators and other professionals who work with families in conflict.

Whangarei Introductory Training 2017 - 24 & 25 March

NOTE: Registration has almost filled.  Please immediately contact Tania Manuel-Belz at tania@flcw.co.nz to arrange registration.

Want to become a trained Collaborative Practice professional? Want to learn how to use your professional skills within the Collaborative Process and how to run a case using the process from start to finish? CANZ will be offering a two day Introductory Training in Whangarei in early 2017.

This two day introductory training is a requirement to practice Collaborative Practice and to become a member of Collaborative Advocacy NZ.

The training is open to lawyers, accountants/financial advisors, psychologists, counsellors, conflict or divorce coaches, mediators and other professionals who work with families in conflict.

The training earns CPD points for lawyers.

If you are wish to receive more information about the training as it comes to hand, please contact Xaviera at admin@collaborativelaw.org.nz.