November 24, 2018 - November 25, 2018
As part of the IACP Training Faculty, Jacinta is heading to Japan along with her IACP Faculty colleagues, Dr. Barbara Kelly and Gaylene Stingl. The course will be taught in English and all materials will be in English. To register, send an enquiry to email@example.com and she will assist with your registration process.
In Collaboratyve Practice, lawyers act as advocates and advisors while facilitating a negotiation of all issuing arising when couples separate.
This training will teach you the process and touch on the skills required to work in Collaborative Practice.
The Lawyer Role: The lawyers remain the main facilitators of the negotiation towards a legal settlement. However, the other professionals on the team play an important role in helping the client’s achieve settlement.
The Mental Health Professional Role: The mental health professional on a collaboratuve case is a registered mental health practitioner who helps the parties deal with the emotions that underlie the separation process and understand the impact each party has on the other so that more constructive communication can take place.
The Child Specialistmay become involved when parties are finding it hard to make parenting decisions. The Child Specialist is a neutral professional who gives voice to the children’s interests and helps the parents develop a workable parenting plan that addresses these interests.
The Financial Specialistis a neutral expert retained by the parties to gather and present financial information in an unbiased manner and provide balanced perspective on financial issues.
This two-day training meets the basic training requirements of the International Academy of Collaboratuve Professionals.
Bookk your own accommodations. It is beautiful in this part of Japan in November so book accommodations early!
Prince Edward Island, CanadaJacinta is a collaborative lawyer, mediator and trainer living in Prince Edward island, Canada. “Never cut what can be untied” is the inspiration for Jacinta’s work, and “untangling knots” has been the focus of Jacinta’s highly successful collaborative and mediation practice. Jacinta is an engaging and energetic trainer in the local, national and international Collaborative Practice community. She loves the challenge of working with experienced professionals who want to deepen their skills to be more natural and authentic in practice. With a great sense of humour and a highly interactive presentation, Jacinta offers collaborative training that will help you transform your practice.