Collaborative Practice is now a widely used form of dispute resolution for separating families. With the current legislative and market place focus on alternative, affordable solutions for separating families, Collaborative Practice is a much needed skill for any Family Law professional.
The Introductory program is designed to meet the standards detailed in the Law Council of Australia’s “Australian Collaborative Practice Guidelines for Lawyers”. It will also satisfy the professional requirements to be classified as a collaborative professional with the Queensland Collaborative Law Association and the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals.
This workshop will cover-
• Why the initial client meeting matters so much
• Positive priming every step along the way
• Neuroscience for lawyers and the Amygdala hijack
• Sitting with conflict- how to find the issue not the feeling
For more information and to register click here or you can download the brochure here.
The training will be beneficial for Family Law professionals new to collaborative practice or wanting to add collaborative practice to their skill set. The workshop will also be of interest to:
• Family Lawyers
• Psychologists and social workers who work with children and couples
• Financial planners who wish to work with separating couples