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Navigating Human to Human Encounters for Lawyers - Part 1 (CPD)

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A workshop for law practitioners to create awareness and build competency in emotional literacy to reduce vicarious trauma and the negative impacts of unidentified and unresolved grief.

Given the intersectionality of emotions and the law, it appears there is a disconnect between Humanities and Law, possibly driven by the concept of objectivity and professional boundaries as a guiding principle.  Law in essence enjoys boundaries and predictable outcomes; humanities appreciate boundaries but often operates within the murky realms of human behaviour and relationships.” (Navigating Human to Human Encounters Training, 2022)

Facilitator: Christine Richardson, Corporate Lead, The Grief Centre of WA

    Christine is a Social Scientist, Wellness Consultant and Education Management Professional researching and working in behaviour thought and emotional management, developing and presenting seminars, courses, workshops and training programs for over three decades.

    As Founder of The Grief Centre of Western Australia, a Non-for-profit, Registered Charity which was launched in 2014, Christine has used her corporate training work in private practice and the public sector. Her belief that grief has a profound impact on lives, with often intergenerational consequences, drives her work to educate and better inform individuals, families, workplaces, departments and communities on the issues of unresolved grief.

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