Collaborative Practice Toronto presents
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(Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
|Recognizing First Signs of Trouble in Collaborative Practice & Implementing Tactful, Powerful Interventions|
||Price: $215 CDN before 19 October 2012
$235 CDN after 20 October 2012
|Starts:||11/8/2012 00:00 9.00 a.m.|
|Ends:||11/8/2012 00:00 5.00 p.m.|
|Location:||Hyatt Regency Toronto
370 King Street West,
Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5V 1J9
Tel: +1 416 343 1234 Fax: +1 416 599 7394
|Contact:||Cheque payable to: The Collaborative Family Law Association of Ontario –Toronto Group
Return completed Registration Form and Cheque to: Lois Leutri, Administrator, Kalex Valuations Inc., 133 Lowther Ave, Toronto, ON Canada M5R 1E4
For questions: contact Lorisa Stein|
|Description:||“Making a Silk Purse out of a Sow’s Ear: Unexpected Collaborative Opportunities”
Bringing an uncooperative spouse to effective collaborative participation
“Pass the Emotional Stew: Dealing with Extremes”
Recognizing what is behind bullying, meek, controlling behavior, and knowing what to do next.
“Raising the Bar: Getting the Best from Both Spouses”
Using “and” not “but”; encouraging both spouses to express appreciation; building momentum for settlement.
“What Did You Sayz Diffusing the Bomb”
Non-defensive and non-combative dialogue; engaging the other spouse without losing your own client; balancing the advocate / facilitator roles effectively
For Novice and Seasoned Collaborative Law Practitioners specifically designed one day Interdisciplinary training
Includes: 1 hour Professional Ethics, 7 hours CLE, lunch, and Downloadable Materials
|Presenters:||Suzanne L. Brunsting, Esq. has been a matrimonial lawyer since 1982, dedicated to Collaborative Law since 2001, a past member of the IACP Board of Directors and Current board member of the Collaborative Law Association of the Rochester Area. Since 1993, she has been a Fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers. She was the first president of CLARA; past President of the Rochester Inns of Court; New York State Bar Executive Committee – Collaborative Law Chair, has been named one of the “Best Lawyers in America” for the past seventeen years, named an Upstate New York SuperLawyers from 2008 until the present and is AV rated by her peers for Martindale-Hubbell. With guidance from caring and experienced collaborative professionals, couples can divorce intelligently and creatively, considerate of one another and of their children. Sue has been learning and teaching about Collaborative Practice since 2002.
Donna M. Maier, CDFA, AVA is a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst, working with individuals who are faced with the issues of divided marital assets due to divorce. Donna has been involved in more than 300 collaborative cases. A commercial banker for more than 20 years, her credentials include an MBA in both Finance and Marketing from the University of Rochester’s Simon School. She has recently received her designation as an Accredited Valuation Analyst from the National Association of Certified Valuation Analysts to conduct closely held business valuations for clients. She has lectured on various topics at YWCA/AARP, MCC, RIT’s HR Masters Program, and the Association of Collaborative Family Attorneys. Donna is a member of the International Association of Collaborative Professionals, Immediate Past President of the Collaborative Law Association of the Rochester Area and a past board member of the National Association of Women Business Owners. She is a licensed insurance agent in the state of New York and holds her general securities license.
Beth D. Danehy, MA, provides counseling, mediation, conflict coaching and facilitation services. She holds a Master of Arts Conflict Resolution from Antioch Midwest University. Her graduate and undergraduate work included conflict theory, mediation and negotiation theory, ethics, theology and human and organizational psychology. A member of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals and the Collaborative Law Association of the Rochester Area since 2002, Beth facilitates conflict transformation in families, organizations, associations and businesses, serving in collaborative cases as “neutral” facilitator/process coach. An Advanced Practitioner member of the Association for Conflict Resolution, she has provided training locally and nationally.
Collaborative Practice Toronto
|Further Program Info:||
CPT Dual Track Training 8 November 2012 .pdf|
|Trainer verifies that he/she meets IACP Minimum Standards for Collaborative Trainers|