December 11, 2017 - December 12, 2017
Halifax Central Library, Creative Lab, Halifax, Nova Scotia
Collaborative Professionals need to develop strong skills in conflict resolution and negotiation so they can help clients shift find workable solutions that reflect what matters most to the clients and their family in transition. Working in Collaborative Practice requires us to engage with our clients differently. Lawyers need to learn how to support client-centred decision-making while meeting our duty to provide advocacy and sound legal advice. Collaborative mental health professionals need to understand the negotiation side of the collaborative case, while managing and supporting the healthy expression of what matters on the emotional, psychological level. Collaborative Financial Professionals need to learn how to gather and explain financial information as a neutral team-member, and to help generate options without making recommendations. It’s complicated!
At This Course, You Will Learn How To:
Collaborative Practice Training involves both process and skills training. This course is open to all lawyers, mental health and financial professionals interested in becoming a collaborative practitioner.
If you have not yet taken an Introductory course in Collaborative Practice, consider attending the Introductory course scheduled for September 18 and 28 in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Collaborative Law Practice is growing internationally, with practice groups in every province of Canada and state of the USA. There are groups in Europe, Southeast Asia, Australia and New Zealand. The International Academy of Collaborative Professionals is the international body promoting Collaborative practice. www.collaborativepractice.com.
SPACE IS LIMITED TO 30 PARTICIPANTS.
December 11 and 12, 2017
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Halifax Central Library
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.