Practice support and resources
In this section, you’ll find Resolution’s suite of resources for collaborative practitioners. This includes information on the scope of collaborative practice, how you become a collaborative practitioner, routes for professional development and much more.
Please let us know if there’s anything you’d like to see included.
The Collaborative Practice Handbook
Written by Angela Lake-Carroll, the handbook sets out good practice guidance for collaborative members of Resolution and for those members who work closely with the collaborative community.Access the full handbook here
Professional, Organisational and Development Groups (PODs)
Maintaining your collaborative membership requires being a member of a POD group or groups and you may join as many as you wish (you should aim to attend at least 4 meetings in each year). These groups are available in most areas and many also meet remotely.List of POD groups
Collaborative Practice Forums
View sessions from previous forums here.View all recordings
In this podcast, Ian Hawkins, Mary Waring, and Phil O'Connor discuss the many benefits that can be obtained from including a financial neutral within a collaborative meeting.Read more
Further information - latest minutes and members of Resolution's Dispute Resolution committee.View more
Further information - latest minutes and members of Resolution's Collaborative Working Party.View more