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Collaborative Decision-Making in Child Welfare

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Mediate BC is excited to present a live webinar focused on Collaborative Decision-Making (CDM) in Child Welfare.

What are the possible CDM processes? What can they do for the families engaged in the child welfare system? How do families decide and access them? As a supporting professional (advocate, lawyer, social worker, support person, etc.), how do you help them? What resources are available?  How does First Nations' jurisdiction inform possible CDM options?

Join Lori Frank, Sharon Sutherland and Rowena Veylan from Mediate BC at this a live webinar by the Continuing Legal Education Society of BC (CLEBC) to learn more.

When: June 19, 2023, 9-12:30 (Rebroadcast July 19 and 26)

Special pricing for Mediate BC RRMs and Associates, legal advocates, and Indigenous lawyers on request. Law students and Indigenous community members should contact CLEBC Customer Service for information on additional discounts.

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