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May 20, 2019 AACP News

AACP National Conversation Day, Sydney 10 May 2019

    On Friday, 10 May 2019 the Australian Association of Collaborative Professionals (AACP) held its inaugural National Conversation Day in Sydney. The premise for the morning session, was to engage the collaborative community in a discussion to explore interests, needs and concerns, workshop options and identify action items. We were greatly encouraged by the…

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April 2, 2019 AACP News

Clarissa Rayward Training

COLLABORATIVE PRACTICE TRAINING With Clarissa Rayward 11 & 12 July 2019 – Introduction to Collaborative Training, Byron Bay 13 July 2019 – Advanced Collaborative Training, Byron Bay   Full details of all training can be found at these links: https://www.happylawyerhappylife.com/introductory-collaborative-practice-training https://www.happylawyerhappylife.com/advanced-collaborative-practice-training/ Please do not hesitate to contact Clarissa or our office if you require any…

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March 6, 2019 AACP News

AACP – A National Conversation

As we embark on a new year, the AACP Board has resolved that its first and most important task is to further develop our relationship with our Australian Collaborative Community generally and the State and Territory bodies specifically.  Our aim is to identify our mutual interests, needs and concerns for the cohesive growth of Interdisciplinary…

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November 13, 2018 AACP News

Our new website is live!

Following the November 2018 Board meeting of the Australian Association of Collaborative Professionals we launched our new website. The site provides a location with lots of information for the public. As members join this will enable the public to link with collaborative professionals and address their matters in a way that we are confident will…

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November 8, 2018 AACP News

AACP – Where to from here?

On this auspicious occasion of the launch of AACP’s website, the Board considered it timely to outline AACP’s purpose, goals, progress and aspirations for ICP in Australia. Principal Purpose The Principal Purpose for which AACP was established is to “promote the use and development of Collaborative Practice as an alternate dispute resolution process to resolve…

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