CPIM set to hold advanced advocacy training Jan. 16

The Collaborative Practice Institute of Michigan, based in Grand Ledge, will hold advanced training, "The Role of Advocacy in Collaborative Practice," 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Friday, Jan. 16 at Crowne Plaza Lansing West, 925 S. Creyts Road, Lansing.

The speakers are lawyer Brian Galbraith, B.A., LL. B., a family law lawyer and mediator, and founding owner of the Mediation Centre of Simcoe County; and Sue Cook, M. Ed. Counseling, RSW, parenting coach and divorce coach, and a family therapist working with children, youth, adults, couples, and families since 1985. Both are from The Divorce Team in Barrie, Ontario, Canada.

The cost for CPIM members is $275 (Early Bird) or $299 after December 1. For five or more people the cost is $249 (Early Bird) or $275 after December 1. (All forms must be mailed together for discounted registration). Registration includes lunch, snacks, coffee and materials.

The course is intended for members of all three professions who have completed at least basic Collaborative Practice training. Advanced practitioners will benefit from it as well as newcomers to Collaborative practice.

For more information, call CPIM at 517-627-8700, email execcpim@gmail.com or visit www.collaborativepracticemi.org.

Published: Mon, Dec 08, 2014