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The Introductory Collaborative Practice Training teaches the interdisciplinary model of Collaborative Practice, enabling differing professional disciplines to work together to assist separating families. This program would also suit anyone who has completed an introductory program before but is seeking a refresher in these skills.
Join Pauline Tesler, a pioneering leader in the international Collaborative Law and Collaborative Divorce movement, for a series of monthly conversations about specific challenges and opportunities that we all face in learning to facilitate deeper and more durable resolution with our clients.
Resilience and Reinvention: Dispute Resolution During a Crisis and Beyond
In this 90 minute webinar delegates will address the question: How can we be effective advocates while remaining true to the goals and values of the Collaborative Process?
This program is open to anyone who has already completed the Core Skills / Introductory or Skills Expansion Training in Wills and Estates and is looking to build on those skills to gain a deeper understanding of the complexities unique to wills and estates.
The Curious Things that Happen on the Road to Resolution.
Introductory Interdisciplinary Collaborative Practice Training in a virtual learning environment. This is the basic training to get you started as a Collaborative professional, and meets the IACP Minimum Standards for an Introductory Interdisciplinary training. Presented by IACP Faculty Trainers: Clarissa Rayward, Tricia Peters, & Anne Purcell
This course suits wills and estates lawyers (collaboratively trained in the family law context or not trained in any context), financial neutrals and mediators.