Give yourself and your clients a Christmas gift: Become trained in Collaborative Family Law! Learn to address not only the legal needs of divorcing clients, but also the psychological and financial needs. Find out what it is like to approach family law in a team-based manner, as opposed to an adversarial manner.
Join the Tampa Bay Collaborative Trainers at Nova Southeastern University in Davie, Florida, right outside of Ft. Lauderdale.
Where: Nova Southeastern University, 3301 College Ave., Davie, FL – Maltz Psychology Building (around Ft. Lauderdale)
When: January 5-6, 2018 (A third, locally staffed advanced training will take place on January 14, 2018)
Continuing Education: CEUs, CMES, and CLEs will be applied for
JANUARY 5-6: INTRODUCTORY/REFRESHER TRAINING ONLY – $395.00 – ALL 3 DAYS – $495.00
JANUARY 7: ADVANCED ONLY: $150.00
NSU STUDENTS AND FACULTY: 2 DAYS $295.00, ALL 3 days $395.00, 3rd day only: $125.00
Trainers: Tampa Bay Collaborative Trainers (for the Introductory training)
Learn more: Contact Randy Heller, Ph.D. at firstname.lastname@example.org
ABOUT OUR INTRODUCTORY/REFRESHER 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. This is also for those who need a refresher course on collaborative practice, or who want a different take on collaborative practice (or those who want to bolster their collaborative library with new and additional samples and materials).
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
ABOUT THE ADVANCED TRAINING (Local Presenters)
The 3rd Day Advanced training will be focused on: Understanding the statute: Do’s and Don’ts; Staying in your own Lane: Understanding the necessary paradigm ‘shifts’ to remain in process; Developing a “wise mind” through a wider lens of multiple perspectives; Working with high conflict clients, Yay or Nay: Screening for domestic violence and other mental health concerns; What’s the Difference? Understanding what you don’t understand about working with LGBTQ couples.