Drawing upon the world of forgiveness and apology research, this course will tackle the difficult issue of family law resolution work and will be of interest to family law practitioners of all levels. This course will look at how acknowledgement, apology and forgiveness might enrich the impact of our family law resolution work; whether in conventional representation, collaborative or mediation work and will cover the following:
- How to practitioners see their role – should you get involved with these issues?
- Conventional concepts
- Why acknowledgement is important
- How to shift to acknowledgment
- Higher level acknowledgement
- Moving to apology
- A model apology
- The problem with apologies - forgiveness
- What forgiveness is and what it is not
What are the requirements?
- Watch 1 hour recorded webinar
- This course provides one CPD point.
What is the target audience?
- Whether your speciality is litigation, mediation or collaborative practice, if you would like to expand your skill set and the range of interactions you can use with your clients and their partners, then this course is essential.