About This Event
if you have been introduced to collaborative practice, the next step is to develop the skills that will allow you to work effectively with what matters to your clients, so you can help them move through their separation process to reach meaningful and workable agreements.
In this 5 part training series, you will learn interest-exploring and negotiation strategies, and a way to organize “what matters” into a productive focus that will help parties generate options that meet their needs and address their concerns. You will learn how to manage conflict "in the moment" and to facilitate a deeper dialogue in collaborative cases.
This course will be delivered in 2-hour Zoom sessions every Thursday for 5 consecutive weeks, starting April 8, 2021 from noon - 2 pm Eastern Time (North America).
There will be assignments and learning opportunities in between sessions.
SPACE IS LIMITED TO 20 PARTICIPANTS.
We will add sessions if the number exceeds 20. We want you to have the best learning opportunity.
This is online, so learn from your favourite place!
Learn What PEI Can Offer You!
Find out more about things to do and places to stay on PEI.
Downtown CharlottetownEnjoy walking around Historic Charlottetown, full of galleries, cafes and pubs.
KayakingOutdoor adventures in the Atlantic Ocean or our beautiful rivers!
Fresh SeafoodDelicious, fresh food prepared by chefs who know how to treat it!
Clam DiggingDig your own dinner!
SightsSee the beautiful sights on Prince Edward Island.
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Meet The Trainers
Jacinta Gallant, B.A. J.D. Collaborative Lawyer and Trainer
Prince Edward Island, Canada
Jacinta Gallant is a respected collaborative lawyer, conflict trainer and innovator in her field. She is recognized internationally for her insightful and experiential approach to teaching and managing conflict, and has been welcomed as a trainer throughout North America, Europe, Australia and Southeast Asia. Jacinta is founder and President of Innovation for Lawyers Inc., dedicated to helping lawyers integrate their personal and professional values and be more effective in their work. As principal lawyer at Waterstone Law Group, she brings wisdom, creativity and intelligence to her collaborative law and mediation practice. She loves working with conflict professionals at all levels of experience to help them be more natural and effective working with conflict. "Bring more of you to what you do” and join Jacinta for conflict training that will transform your practice.