Rebooting Our Collaborative Skills (2 day workshop in Victoria)

/Rebooting Our Collaborative Skills (2 day workshop in Victoria)

Rebooting Our Collaborative Skills (2 day workshop in Victoria)

When:
April 23, 2016 – April 24, 2016 all-day
2016-04-23T00:00:00-07:00
2016-04-25T00:00:00-07:00
Where:
U-Vic Faculty Club
3800 Finnerty Rd
Victoria, BC V8P 5C2
Canada
Cost:
200
Contact:
Loretta Burns
(250) 479-9738

Rebooting Our Collaborative Skills: Creating Harmony & Cohesion In The Process And In Our Professional Teams

Presented by:
LINDA SOLOMON, LPC, LCDC, LMFT
Thursday, April 23rd (Evening) and Friday, April 24, 2016
U-Vic Faculty Club – 3800 Finnerty Road
Victoria, British Columbia

ABOUT THIS WORKSHOP
This workshop will explore one area of collaborative practice that is often “left for last”, ignored or forgotten: Working with other collaborative professionals. How do you maintain or create harmony while working in conflict and with different professions? How do you disagree without being disagreeable? Harmony is like “fair” – we think we know what it means and we work to create that for our clients.

This workshop will give you a different lens and approach to harmony. We will look at the usual suspects: trust, resistance and honesty, and move forward to a new awareness on how we can positively improve our practice, for the clients and the team.

ABOUT THIS PRESENTER
CFSP Workshop Flyer April 2015 LINDA-SOLOMONLINDA SOLOMON is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. She has been in private practice in Dallas, Texas for 30 years. Her work with individuals, couples and families has focused on relationship issues and addictive behaviors. She is actively involved in the collaborative team approach, working as a Neutral Mental Health Professional and was instrumental in the development of the role. She is also trained as a Mediator and a Parenting Coordinator.

Linda has presented training on coaching and collaborative practice nationally in locations such as Toronto, New York, Boston, Nova Scotia, Orlando, Minneapolis, Tampa, and Pittsburgh and
internationally in Ireland, Australia and New Zealand. She has presented at annual IACP Forums in Washington, Boston, Atlanta, San Antonio, Toronto and Vancouver on such diverse topics as The Role of the Neutral Mental Health Professional, Balancing Neutrality in the Process and A Comparison of the One Coach and Two Coach Team Approach. Linda was also part of the 2013 IACP Institute introductory training team with Malcolm McCollam and Scott Clarke.

Click the PDF link for more information and registration: CFSP Workshop Flyer April 2015

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