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Interdisciplinary Collaborative Practice

Interdisciplinary Collaborative Practice

Interdisciplinary Collaborative Practice

Enhance your career by attaining the skills to using the Interdisciplinary Collaborative Practice model, either as a lawyer, coach, or expert consultant.

ICP is an internationally proven method of dispute resolution. It emphasises a team-based holistic approach to resolving disputes. In appropriate instances, the model elevates principled negotiation through a structured collaborative process as an alternative to adversarial bargaining through the prism of actual or potential litigation.

We offer a two-day or three-day training course, for professionals who want to learn and receive certification in ICP. We also offer an one-day refresher for professionals who have previously undertaken some form of Collaborative Practice training to brush up on your knowledge.

Get notified for the next intake later in 2023.


Register your interest here


Training course

During each course offering, our expert facilitators will focus on family separation and family law. You will gain the confidence to know when the ICP approach is appropriate – and apply it for the best legal outcome to all parties.

By completing the two-day course, you will satisfy the minimum training requirement to be eligible for membership into the Australian Association of Collaborative Professionals.

The three-day course option consists of both the training course, plus the refresher. The College recommends this study option to get the most out of your learning experience in this dispute resolution space.


This one-day practicum will get you across the best practice techniques. Hone the most vital skills that facilitate successful dispute resolution via the Interdisciplinary Collaborative process.