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Underlying Values and Principles of Collaborative Practice

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Underlying values should be addressed in developing collaborations because the partners are very likely to come to the table with different perspectives and assumptions about their agency’s or the court’s values and mission and mandates. Unless these differences are addressed, the partners will be unable to reach agreement on issues. The underlying values can be clarified and formalized in Memorandum of Understanding, Administrative Policy and Legislation.


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