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Programming Agenda for 2019

THE EVOLUTION OF COLLABORATIVE PRACTICE – COLLABORATIVE TEAM TRAINING With Peacemakers for Families

Save the Date and RSVP to Marla Miller before July 3rd  with your commitment because we need a head count!

Anticipated cost to be around $350 per person per day.

Successful Interdisciplinary Team Collaboration involves the integrated participation of all three professions –psychology, finance and family law, from the beginning of the case.

These three days will provide collaborative theory, and experiential exercises to understand and practice the respective roles and how they interrelate.  Collaborative skills will be practiced with case material from the beginning to the end of a case.

Teaming is not just a function of four people sitting together. Team bonding, mutual respect of roles, agreement about referral protocols, commitment to transparency, feedback and debriefing, are all part of the essential ingredients for teams to be effective.

PART ONE: TEAM COLLABORATION AND ROLES – for those who did not take the one day MELCA workshop in October of 2018

Saturday September 28 from 10 -5 

LEARNING OUTCOMES

  • Overview of Collaborative Practice theory
  • Role definition
  • Function & Tasks of roles
  • Referral protocol
  • 5 Steps of the Team Model – overview.

PART TWO:  TEAMING IN A COLLABORATIVE CASE 

Monday and Tuesday September 30 and October 1st.  

LEARNING OUTCOMES

  • Client engagement in team collaboration
  • Skills for case work from go to whoa
  • The power and dynamics of Teams
  • The role and potential of each discipline
  • Referral protocols
  • Team practice protocols
  • Review of the 5 step Model step by step..

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