Two Day - Introductory Interdisciplinary Training

  • 09 Jun 2017
  • 10 Jun 2017
  • Gold Coast
The Collaborative Law process is at the cutting edge of dispute resolution practice today, with an emphasis on problem solving, negotiation and co-operation to settle conflict.

Join Dr Anne Purcell, Dispute Resolution Specialist, John Thynne, Forensic Accountant and Cassandra Pullos, Collaborative Family Lawyer, Registered Mediator and Accredited Family Law Specialist for this engaging workshop. For more information and registration details click here to see the brochure.

This workshop has been designed to provide you with the basic knowledge needed to assist clients in collaborative matters. The workshops will consist of both interactive presentations and role-plays, designed to allow participants to gain experience at each stage of a collaborative matter and provide you with the skills you will need to run your own collaborative matters.

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

Certificate of attendance will be provided and the programs satisfy the professional requirements to be classified as a collaborative professional with the Queensland Collaborative Law Association and the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals.

We look forward to seeing you there.