Last year we missed CDT’s annual Advanced Training, but thankfully, it is back on the schedule this year. Jacinta Gallant, a Canadian collaborative lawyer, conflict trainer, mediator and innovator will be presenting virtually but still interactively. Jacinta is recognized internationally for her insightful and experiential approach to teaching and managing conflict. She is known for her keen intelligence, engaging personality, and practical, non-judgmental approach to conflict. Her trainings are interactive, structured, and insightful - with the goal of helping professionals be more authentic and natural in their work. If you have never been to one of her trainings, you are in for a treat. If you have been to one before, I know that you will sign up for this one. Jacinta is truly incredible!
Jacinta is a former member of the Board of Directors of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (IACP) and a Trainer with the IACP Training Faculty tasked with delivering Interdisciplinary Collaborative Practice training throughout the world. She is the founder of collaborative practice on Prince Edward Island and is a leader in the national and international collaborative practice community.
This year’s advanced training will be held on the afternoon of June 24 and the morning of June 25. The topics will be Shifting from Judgment to Curiosity in Collaborative Practice and The Art of Asking Questions. For more information on these topics, her website is www.jacintagallant.ca/training-presentations.php.