Nídia Brito da Costa
14:30 pm - 16.30 pm
Nídia Brito da Costa, graduated in Law from the Catholic University of Lisbon in 1994, post-graduated in Administrative Law from Universidade Lusíada in 1995, Jurist at the Portuguese Council for Refugees and practicing law until 1999. Joins as coordinator of the Civil Liability department from Gerling (Hannover-Gerling) from 1999 to 2004, when she started working as director of the civil liability department at Aig (American Insurance Group) from 2004 to 2016. She took the Family Constellations facilitator course at Espaço Psi (2012 -2014) facilitated by Paula Matos and in 2016-2017 the Family Constellations facilitator course by EDT, facilitated by trainer José Miguel Silva, having participated in several workshops and family constellation days (namely at Camp Hellinger), is a facilitator of Family Constellations since 2014. Since January 2018 I research and learn about Systemic Law, exploring the application of philosophy Hellingerian to law, having co-organized the I Systemic Law Meeting at the Faculty of Law of Lisbon and the I Course on Systemic Law facilitated by Judge Sami Storch, in Portugal. Participates with the Lawyer Fernando Cordeiro, postgraduate and specialist in Systemic Law in the facilitation of systemic law workshops in Portugal. Since 2018, he has been an ICF certified coach and has consultancy at Innovarisk.
Systemic Law Workshop
The aim of this workshop is to present the concept of systemic law and give the participant basic notions of the philosophy of Family Constellations according to Bert Hellinger and ways of applying (by the various professionals) to law and conflict resolution in general, in order to see how it can gain additional skills to develop your activity more effectively for all and more peaceful.
The participant will have basic notions about the systemic laws applied to relationships and systems, what the personal and professional effects of their observance and non-observance are and what the systemic posture consists in very briefly.
Examples and practical exercises for beginners and possible will be given in two hours of workshop that awaken this new look and systemic stance and its application to the extrajudicial and judicial legal field.
Daily training, deepening and an inclusive look from your place as a professional, to your client, to the conflict, brings strength and autonomy to both the professional and his clients, from the responsibility of each one and openness to new solutions that come new vision and systemic posture.
judges, prosecutors, lawyers, solicitors, court officials, prison staff, conciliators, mediators and all those professionals who work with conflict resolution in their day-to-day activities in various places.
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