Level 2 Interdisciplinary Collaborative Practice Skills Training

November 16 - 18, 2016 – YWCA Elm Centre 87 Elm Street, Toronto

This workshop will be highly experiential and interactive, involving demos, exercises and roleplays. It will cover:

The choreography of an interdisciplinary collaborative case

  • the initial client interview – explaining team process, overcoming resistance, understanding advocacy needs
  • process design – when do you need a Financial Professional? a Family Professional?
  • team preparation
  • the debrief – with the clients and with the team

NEW! Comprehensive Collaborative Team Protocols

High performance teams

  • the evolution to settlement advocacy
  • the importance of neutrality
  • how the team can manage common case challenges
  • running effective meetings

Critical skills

  • interest-based negotiation
  • key communication skills
  • working with the neuroscience that drives human behaviour

The role of the law in an interest-based process

  • understanding power
  • understanding fairness
  • the interplay of law, interests and fairness

Professional breakout sessions

  • the Role of the Neutral Facilitator
  • the Role of the Neutral Financial Professional
  • advocacy issues for settlement lawyers

This training meets CPT, OCLF and IACP standards for training and trainers

*This training contains 2 hours 5 minutes Professionalism Hours and 18 hours 40 minutes Substantive Hours*

Please complete and return this registration form and payment to confirm your space.

Note: Materials and protocols will be provided.

Cancellation Policy: by October 14, 2016, full refund with $25 administration fee; by October 21, 2016, 50% refund with $25 administration fee; no refund after October 28, 2016.

For information please contact Alison Anderson by email at a.anderson@sympatico.ca or by phone at (416) 884-2842

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