It sounds easy when we say “let’s work together” but collaboration is anything but easy.

It sounds easy when we say “let’s work together” but collaboration is anything but easy. Understanding who and who IS NOT my “tribe” and what it means to be a collaborative partner isn’t such an easy conversation for the people in recovery. Especially when the partnerships involve court orders or partners that might have different roles, needs or values than our own. In this workshop we take a long look at collaboration through a matrix that explores the multiple layers it takes for us to truly be connected and collaborative. We explore what its like to create new partnerships with systems and identify the adaptive challenges we find when learning to be an active system partner and collaborative contributor in ways that may feel different and new

This course provides 3 behavioral health continuing education units to all who complete the course.

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