CLASP is an association of professionals who are trained in the Collaborative Process, which helps clients to resolve disputes respectfully without going to court.
The Collaborative Process focuses on the needs and goals of the clients and the preservation of relationships among family members or business associates.
The Collaborative Process can be used to negotiate and resolve the following:
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Training includes a complete introduction to the Collaborative process including skills development, ethics and practice considerations with an emphasis on team building. Appropriate for attorneys, mental health professionals and financial professionals new to collaborative practice, it is also helpful for experienced professionals wishing to improve their skills.
Building a Successful Mediation and Collaborative Practice: Refining the Initial Client/Party Meeting and Exploring New Client/Party Centered Models
Location: Pittsburgh PA
Date: May 20, 2015 from 1:00 to 4:30 p.m.
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This high-paced, interactive training will examine the initial meetings through the lenses of lawyers, mediators and an integrated interdisciplinary team. It will offer new concepts, innovative models and specific talking points to help you increase the quality of your intake process – which is the lifeblood of building a successful peacemaking process.
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