Pittsburgh, PA THE BASICS & MORE: BASIC TRAINING IN INTERDISCIPLINARY COLLABORATIVE PRACTICE

Date and time: 
September 10, 2020 - 8:30am to September 11, 2020 - 12:00pm
Event type: 
IACP Introductory Training

Collaborative Practice is the fastest growing Dispute Resolution process.  The parties and their attorneys, mental health coach, financial neutral and other professionals agree that, rather than resorting to the courts to help the parties resolve their disputes, they will work together in a team model to arrive at solutions which promote their long-term best interest.  Collaborative Practice is an alternative to litigation in many substantive areas of the law.

ABOUT THE PROGRAM:  This 2 and 1/2-Day Interdisciplinary Basic Training includes a complete introduction to the Collaborative process including skills development, ethics and practice development, considerations with an emphasis on team building and how to work as or with a neutral.  It is appropriate for all professionals new to Collaborative practice as well as for experienced professionals wishing to improve upon their skills, including attorneys, mental health professionals, financial professionals, vocational counselors and realtors.

Location: 

Sigmas Conference and Event Center, 1717 Babcock Blvd, Pittsburgh, PA 15209

Trainers: 

Derek Smith
Lisa Standish
Dr. Deb Gilman
Brooke McMorrow
Maria Imbarlina
Lori Gephart

Contact email: 
dconeil@burnswhite.com
Presenter: 
CLASP
Sponsor: 
Collaborative Law Association of Southwestern Pennsylvania
Price info: 

Non-Members – $900.00
Non-Members (Early Bird) – $700.00