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Did You Miss Out on Our Recent Collaborative Training?

Make sure you don't miss out again!

 

Click below to ensure you get a "heads up" about future trainings!

Become a Collaborative Professional

Our introductory Collaborative Process training is the gateway to being a Collaborative Professional.  Completing this training will have you feeling confident and ready to take on your first Collaborative case and start building a practice that benefits you and your clients.

  • Learn from experienced Collaborative Professionals

  • Be guided through each step of the Collaborative Process with numerous opportunities to practice your new skills in a supportive and encouraging learning environment.

  • 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!

  • Take your practice from being ‘co-operative’ with other professionals to being ‘Collaborative’.

  • Learn how to engage your clients in the Collaborative Process

  • Get 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 your own Collaborative practice.

  • Experience why Collaborative Lawyers are so freaking happy in their work!

Participate from anywhere!

 

The introductory training is held online over 6 weeks with a 3 hour session being held each week.

 

Feeling you need to refresh your Collaborative skills or reinvigorate your Collaborative mojo? Wanting to use your Collaborative skills more in your daily practice? Looking to change up how you practice family law but struggling to work out quite how?

 

You’re in luck!

 

We offer 1:1 and small group coaching to have you optimise the use of your Collaborative skills. Drop us a line to enquire about how we can help you achieve the practice you desire!

Collaborative Practice Refresher

Are you already trained in Collaborative Process but feel like you need a refresh?

Do you need a refuel of inspiration in your Collaborative work? Need to amp up your Collaborative mojo?

Do you want to focus on the development of your Collaborative Practice or deepen your understanding of aspects of the process?

Do you want to be all over developments that have occurred in Collaborative Process since you trained?

Yes? Then our Collaborative Process Refresh Course is the place for you! 

  • 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' “Interests”!

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

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

  • Get 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 your own Collaborative practice.

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

Participate from anywhere!

 

The Collaborative Process Refresh is held online over 3 weeks with a 2.5 hour session being held each week.

Don’t miss out on knowing when the next course opens!

 
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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