April 6-7, 2018 – Introductory Training in Tampa Bay

What2-DAY Interdisciplinary Introductory/Refresher Collaborative Training in the One Coach/Neutral Facilitator/Neutral Mental Health Professional Model

 

 

 

 

Sponsors: Next Generation Divorce & Tampa Bay Academy of Collaborative Professionals

Where: Stetson Law Center, 1700 N Tampa St, Tampa, FL 33602

When:

  • Friday, April 6: Sign-in, continental breakfast and networking
    • 7:30 am
  • Friday, April 6: Training
    • 8:30 am to 5 pm
  • Saturday, April 7: Training
    • 9:00 am to 5 pm

TrainersTampa Bay Collaborative Trainers

Costs:  A fee of $550 ($495 Early Bird) includes breakfast and lunch on both days.  Parking is free.

Continuing Education:  You will receive a Certificate of Attendance at the close of the training.

Registration: Event Registration

Learn more:  Contact Ellen Ware at ellen@warelawgroup.com or Shirin Rustomji at srustomji@shirinlaw.com

ABOUT THE INTRODUCTORY TRAINING

What would it feel like to help clients divorce peacefully, privately, and with dignity?  Wouldn’t it be great to consistently work with professionals whom you know, trust, like, and respect?  Learn how to offer Collaborative services and get involved in your Collaborative Law community in this highly engaging two-day Introductory Interdisciplinary Collaborative Family Law training.  This course is intended for attorneys, mental health professionals, financial professionals, mediators, and others who believe there is a better way to help clients through difficult times.

At our two-day Introductory Training, participants will do the following:

-Learn how and why collaborative practice was developed

-Discover the essential paradigm shift that allows collaborative professionals to succeed

-Review the Uniform Collaborative Law Act or jurisdiction-specific statutes/rules

-Explore and enhance option development techniques

-Identify the distinction between interest-based discussion and positional bargaining

-Obtain a step-by-step guide on how a collaborative case typically proceeds

-Participate in discipline-specific break-outs and Q & A sessions

-Engage in a discussion on collaborative practice and professional ethics

-Exchange ideas on marketing to foster the  development of a collaborative practice

-Learn how to grow and re-energize your local collaborative community

This training meets and exceeds the IACP Minimum Standards for an Introductory Interdisciplinary Collaborative Training