Public Education Outreach for Practice Groups by Lynda Robbins, Mike Fancher and Selina Trigg

by Guest Blogger July 03, 2014

Is your Practice Group struggling with how to attract more Collaborative work? 


Too often our members take Collaborative Practice training and then wonder “Where are my Collaborative cases?” They may also look to you, their Practice Group leader, asking “What are you doing to develop public awareness of the Collaborative process so that we can get more Collaborative clients?”


Of course part of the answer is educating your members on what they can do to develop their own cases, but there are many other things a Practice Group can do as a whole to build public awareness of Collaborative Practice.


On July 24th the IACP Practice Group Development Committee will host a phone bridge on this very topic. Watch for the email blast giving specific details. 


If you would like to share successful initiatives from your Practice Group, have ideas of your own or questions you would like addressed, please comment here!

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