Introduction to Collaborative Practice Training
The Collaborative Law process is at the cutting edge of dispute resolution practice today, with an emphasis on problem solving, negotiation and co-operation to settle conflict. The non-confrontational nature of Collaborative Practice enables Lawyers working with other professionals and their clients to respectfully resolve disputes and, ultimately, stay out of Court.
Join Collaborative Family Lawyer, Clarissa Rayward and her team of collaborative experts including financial and mental health experts for an engaging 2 day workshop that will add new dimensions to your skills and the services you offer your clients.
This program is designed for all professionals working with separating families including-
- financial planners
The Introductory Collaborative Practice Training teaches the interdisciplinary model of Collaborative Practice, enabling differing professional disciplines to work together to assist separating families. This program would also suit anyone who has completed an introductory program before but is seeking a refresher in these skills.
Additional dates can be made available on demand. Clarissa is also available to travel to your region to run training specific to your needs in your local area.
Clarissa Rayward an experienced Collaborative Lawyer is are known for her innovative and energising presentation style. Clarissa has trained over 300 Collaborative Professionals nationwide and was also invited to present at the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals program in Washington DC in 2015.
Accredited Family Law Specialist, Collaborative Lawyer, Mediator
Director, Brisbane Family Lawyer Centre
Clarissa Rayward, is the Director of Brisbane Family Law Centre and is also known as the ‘Happy Family Lawyer’. As a Divorce Lawyer, Clarissa specialises in helping separating families stay out of the Family Courts and stay friends as she believes that a divorce can be a positive end to a marriage.
Over the past 13 years Clarissa has worked as a specialist family lawyer and in that time, has helped over 2,000 Australian families through their divorce. That experience has only reinforced her belief that traditional legal processes do little to help separating families find a positive future after divorce.
Clarissa Rayward is a family lawyer, wife and mum who is passionate about relationships, people and family. Clarissa uses her industry knowledge and skill to change the way Australian families experience divorce and separation. Clarissa is the Author of the book Splitsville – How to separate, Stay out of Court and Stay Friends. She is known as ‘The Happy Family Lawyer’ as she believes that your divorce can be something you can look back on with pride.