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Refresh Your Collaborative Process Skills - REGISTER NOW!

Online with three sessions between 21 July 2022 – 4 August 2022

Don't miss out on one of the limited places at a special early bird rate! 

Here's What you need to know

If you have completed a Collaborative Process training but feel you need a “zhush up” of your Collaborative skills or energy, then our Collaborative Process Refresher is the place for you!

Maybe you are …

  • Struggling to remember what the point of the “Orange Story” from training was? Was it even an orange or was it a lemon? Wasn’t there an iceberg and a shark somewhere…?!

  • Feeling like you’re losing (or have lost) your enthusiasm for Collaborative Process.

  • Not getting cases happening as often as you’d like

  • Worried that you are out of touch with how Collaborative Process is actually operating since you trained

  • not feeling confident about running a Collaborative case

  • feel you need to practice your skills in a safe way

  • just worn down by the grind of litigation cases you have.

 

If any of this resonates with you, then you’ll want to join us. Experienced Collaborative Professionals will rev up your Collaborative mojo, refresh your skills and confidence in Collaborative Process and share their tips for increasing the use of your Collaborative skills in your own practice. 

 

The refresher will be held online – no travelling out of town or parking hassles! We will meet on Zoom between 3-6pm on the following dates:

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21

JULY

2022

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28

JULY

2022

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4

AUGUST

2022

In this course you will:

  • Learn from experienced Collaborative Professionals

  • Practice your Collaborative skills in a supported way

  • Receive the very templates, checklists and resources created and used daily by Family Law Results in our Collaborative cases! You won’t have to take time to reinvent the wheel!

  • Get top tips and tricks for nailing how to identify and work with the parties’ interestsincluding raising those curly, tricky issues!

  • Learn fresh ways for financial neutrals and lawyers to collaborate that will benefit your clients and make life easier for you.

  • Learn ways to help you resolve the “I have no Collaborative cases” problem

  • Get 6 months’ access to our exclusive online community space where you and your fellow learners receive ongoing mentoring and masterclasses from experienced colleagues, both during the course and after, to best support you as you develop as a Collaborative Professional

  • Remind yourself why Collaborative Professionals are so freaking happy in their work!

  • Earn 8 CPD points provided you complete the course and it forms part of your CPD plan.

The Refresher is open to a strictly limited number of participants. Register before 30 June 2022 to take advantage of your special early bird discounted rate of $797.00 (incl GST) (after 30 June 2022, $997.00 (incl GST)). 

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The Presenters

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Selina Trigg

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Rosemarie Brown

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Karen Monet

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Kirsty Swadling

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Specialising in family law for over 20 years, Selina focuses on assisting families to resolve disputes through mediation and Collaborative practice. As of last year, she took the step of achieving a long held ambition to make her practice litigation-free!

 

Selina currently serves as a Director on the Board of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (IACP) and serves as a member or co-Chair of several IACP Committees. She is a past Chair of Collaborative Resolution NZ (CRNZ). She has attended overseas education events in Collaborative Process, including
"Training for Trainers" with IACP.

 

Selina has previously worked as a contract lecturer in dispute resolution at AUT University. She is regularly invited to present at conferences here and overseas about aspects of Collaborative Process. 

An accountant, mediator and experienced Collaborative Professional, Rosemarie works hard to assist people to resolve disputes that could become time consuming and damaging in a more holistic, positive way. She acts as an impartial third party, either as a mediator or collaborative financial neutral, working to strengthen relationships and find a constructive way forward.

Rosemarie is a Professional member of Resolution Institute (LEADR), a Fellow (Mediator) and Panel List Mediator with AMINZ, and a registered FDR provider with the Ministry of Justice. She has thousands of hours experience in family law mediation and commercial disputes in New Zealand and Australia.

 

She has brought her financial and resolution acumen to a number of Collaborative Process cases as a member of the Collaborative professional team.  This multitalented professional has recently added another feather to her cap – completing her law degree.

Following a career in accounting, specialising in taxation law, Karen made the transition to the field of family law.

Out of concern about the potentially damaging effects she saw in litigation for her clients and their families, Karen strives to adopt a harm reduction approach to her cases. As a result, she has undertaken training as a mediator and Collaborative Professional.

Karen has undertaken numerous Collaborative cases, many as part of a multidisciplinary team. Along with Selina Trigg and Jacinta Gallant (Canada), she co-authored the New Zealand specific content of the Our Family in Two Homes resource book.  

 

Karen is a member of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (IACP).

A barrister and mediator with over 30 years’ experience in litigation and dispute resolution over a wide range of legal issues with particular emphasis on civil and family disputes.

Practising as a barrister since 2004, she has worked primarily in family law, assisting parties in the resolution of their disputes over children, property and estates as well as taking on assignments as lawyer for child, lawyer for subject person and counsel to assist the Court.  She has always strived to work alongside clients and find solutions that work for the wellbeing of the client in the longer term.  Collaborative process fits well with this ethos.

 

Kirsty has been proactive in the establishment of Collaborative process in New Zealand, contributing to the establishment of Collaborative Resolution NZ, assisting with training, addressing various audiences on the topic and incorporating it in her day to day practice. Over the years since training in the Collaborative process at the second New Zealand training held, she has gained significant experience in working with clients using the Collaborative process both in person and more recently using Zoom.

  

Her involvement with Family law resulted in a number of years on the executive of the Family Law Section of the New Zealand Law Society (in the role of chair from 2017 to 2020) and she is a past Convener of the Auckland District Law Society Family Law Subcommittee.

She enjoys her role as mediator which helps inform her practice as a Collaborative lawyer.  She is  accredited to the NZLS Family Specialist Panel of Mediators  and a member of the Arbitrators and Mediators' Institute of New Zealand (AMINZ).  

Read The "Small Print"

  • Participants will need a strong internet connection and computer with reliable working camera, microphone and speaker.

  • We reserve the right to postpone or cancel trainings in the event of insufficient registrations

  • Registrations are non-refundable but you may transfer them to another attendee or transfer to a future event of the same cost.

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Good vibes sent our way...

“I have had the good fortune of participating in several workshops facilitated by Selina. Selina’s energy and passion for Collaborative Law is truly inspiring. Selina exudes competency and personal commitment to practice family law in a manner that is respectful and robust to best achieve settlements to meet the needs of parties and their children”

 

– Cilla Dickinson, Barrister, Dunedin

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