Trainers - Basistraining Collaborative Practice 23,24,25 mei en 27 juni 2019
Willemijn van Strien is pedagoog en arbeids- en organisatie psycholoog en relatie therapeut. Zij is geregistreerd als Master Practitioner bij de EMCC (European Mentoring en Coaching Counsil - dit is het hoogste niveau waar je kan worden ingedeeld) en de NOBCO (Nederlandse Orde van Beroeps Coaches). Van 1 januari 2009 tot 1 januari 2012 heeft Willemijn deel uitgemaakt van de registratiecommissie van de Nobco. Tevens is zij bestuurslid van de VvCP (Vereniging van Collaborative Professionals) en is zij `a member in good standing of the IACP (International Academy of Collaborative Professionals)`. Willemijn is lid van de NVTA (Nederlandse Vereniging voor Transactionele Analyse).
Voor verdere informatie zie: www.wvanstrien-coaching.nl .
Victoria Smith JD, C.Med., Cert.CFM (FMC) is a collaborative lawyer, mediator, writer and educator. For more than 15 years her practice has focused exclusively on settlement work. She is an internationally recognized trainer in the process of Interdisciplinary Collaborative Practice, settlement advocacy, negotiation and communication skills, providing workshops throughout North America, Europe and Australia. She is co-author of Collaborative Family Law, Another Way to Resolve Family Law Disputes, published by Thomson-Carswell and numerous articles on collaborative practice and ADR. Victoria is a former Adjunct Professor of Collaborative Lawyering at Osgoode Hall Law School; a former member of the Board of Directors of Collaborative Practice Toronto and a former Member of the Board of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals.
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Sheila Brown MSW RSW Acc. FM (OAFM) is a Registered Social Worker and Accredited Mediator with over 30 years’ experience. Sheila specializes in working with families through the process of separation and divorce and is committed to helping families move through this transition in as positive a way as possible while minimizing the impact of conflict on children. Sheila provides mediation to parents who wish to develop parenting plans and works with separating couples to help them restructure their communication and set new boundaries in their relationship. In her role as a neutral facilitator in collaborative practice Sheila provides strategic direction to the collaborative team to manage emotion and deal with conflict in a way that moves the process forward. Sheila’s extensive experience in managing multidisciplinary teams informs her work as a collaborative team member.Sheila has been a leader in the Toronto area in the development of interdisciplinary collaborative practice and has provided training and consultation to collaborative professionals in both Canada and the United States. Sheila is a former member of the Board of Directors of Collaborative Practice Toronto.
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