About Peel Halton Collaborative

Peel Halton Collaborative is an interdisciplinary group of collaboratively trained professionals working together to promote respectful conflict resolution for families going through divorce or separation.

This team-based approach is a safe and open way for spouses to work through their issues, protect their family’s best interests, and avoid lengthy and adversarial court battles.

Our group is a member of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals and the Ontario Collaborative Law Federation. Peel Halton Collaborative exists to facilitate the exchange of information and resources between collaborative professionals, provide training to new collaborative professionals, and to assist in public awareness.

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Mission Statement

We will:

  1. Bring a creative, customized, holistic approach to resolving family conflict through the principles of empowerment, integrity and respect.
  2. Build a group of multi-disciplinary professionals who will continually advance Collaborative Practice.
  3. Strive to promote the future well-being of those we serve.

Visit our News & Resources page for the latest updates and insights or, if you’re interested in joining PHC, view our Membership Requirements.

About The IACP

Peel Halton Collaborative is a proud member of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (IACP). The IACP's mission is to change how conflict is resolved worldwide.

Since its inception, the IACP has grown exponentially and now includes over 5,000 members from over 24 countries around the world.

About The OCLF

Peel Halton Collaborative is a proud member of the Ontario Collaborative Law Federation (OCLF), which represents 18 groups of collaboratively trained professionals across the province. The OCLF’s mission is to facilitate the sharing of information among collaborative professionals, provide opportunities for training, educate the public, promote professional standards, and represent the collaborative law process and its professionals to government and regulatory bodies.