Child Inclusive Practice Forum 2021

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    Key dates

    Call for Abstracts Open
    11 September 2020

    Call for Abstracts Close
    CLOSED

    Notify Authors
    Late March 2021

    Registration Open
    19 March 2021

    Registration Close
    CLOSED

Child Inclusive Practice Forum 2021

The 2021 Child Inclusive Practice (CIP) Forum Expanding the lens: Child inclusion and vulnerable children gives us the chance to think how children’s lives intersect with decision making situations, when families can be quite lost and to hear children’s decisions when their voice can be lost. Voice of the child – hearing the child’s view, represent the developmental view/impact of the children.

The Child Inclusive Practice (CIP) Forum is a biennial event that brings together mediators, social workers, psychologists and counsellors that work to keep the best interests of children at the forefront of Family Dispute Resolution (mediation). The purpose of the Forum is to enrich the practice of these specialists through learning and networking. The event is organised by FRSA with assistance of the CIP network.

Due to the impacts of COVID-19 leading to uncertainty with travel restrictions, FRSA has made the decision to move this year’s Child Inclusive Practice Forum online. The CIP Forum will still be held on Monday, 7 June 2021.

Program

CIP 2021 Program 4 June

For more details on each presentation download the PDF version of the program below and click on the session you are interested in.

Please note:

  • Program is subject to change
  • The forum begins on 7 June 2021 at 9am AEST
  • The views expressed in presentations are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent or reflect the views of Family & Relationship Services Australia and the CIP Clinical committee

Registration

Registration for the Child Inclusive Practice Forum 2021 is now CLOSED.

Forum delegates will have streaming access the on-demand library for up to 60 days post forum including:

  • The Keynote address
  • Panel Discussion
  • All concurrent presentations
  • Presentation slides (of presenters that provided permissions)
  • The Q&A with speakers

Need help? Please contact the Conference Secretariat via frsa@kaigi.com.au, or phone on 02 6198 3218.

Delegates that are registered for the Forum also get access to an exclusive discount for Children Beyond Dispute’s 18-hour Child Inclusive Mediation and Counselling: Child Consultant Course with Professor Jennifer McIntosh AM.

Child Inclusive Mediation & Counselling is an evidence based intervention for separated parents in dispute, designed to support and powerfully realign co-parenting, by focusing on the experiences of their children.

The work combines skillful developmental consultation with children, and strategic, therapeutic feedback conversations with their parents, within a mediation or counselling process, in court or community based services.

Child Inclusion is a powerful intervention with proven potential to support co-parenting and children’s adjustment pathways after separation. Just like any powerful tool, Child Inclusion requires thorough training.

Forum Speakers Coming Soon

Sponsorship

FRSA invites you to consider the opportunity to sponsor this year’s Forum.

Sponsorship is a fantastic way to advertise and highlight your services and expertise to the Child Inclusive Practice network.

If you are interested in sponsoring the Child Inclusive Practice Forum 2021, please contact the FRSA team at admin@frsa.org.au or 02 6162 1811 and we’ll let you know our fantastic sponsorship options!

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Child Inclusive Practice Forum 2021

The 2021 Child Inclusive Practice (CIP) Forum Expanding the lens: Child inclusion and vulnerable children gives us the chance to think how children’s lives intersect with decision making situations, when families can be quite lost and to hear children’s decisions when their voice can be lost. Voice of the child – hearing the child’s view, represent the developmental view/impact of the children.

The Child Inclusive Practice (CIP) Forum is a biennial event that brings together mediators, social workers, psychologists and counsellors that work to keep the best interests of children at the forefront of Family Dispute Resolution (mediation). The purpose of the Forum is to enrich the practice of these specialists through learning and networking. The event is organised by FRSA with assistance of the CIP network.

Due to the impacts of COVID-19 leading to uncertainty with travel restrictions, FRSA has made the decision to move this year’s Child Inclusive Practice Forum online. The CIP Forum will still be held on Monday, 7 June 2021.

+ Program

Program

CIP 2021 Program 4 June

For more details on each presentation download the PDF version of the program below and click on the session you are interested in.

Please note:

  • Program is subject to change
  • The forum begins on 7 June 2021 at 9am AEST
  • The views expressed in presentations are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent or reflect the views of Family & Relationship Services Australia and the CIP Clinical committee
+ Registration

Registration

Registration for the Child Inclusive Practice Forum 2021 is now CLOSED.

Forum delegates will have streaming access the on-demand library for up to 60 days post forum including:

  • The Keynote address
  • Panel Discussion
  • All concurrent presentations
  • Presentation slides (of presenters that provided permissions)
  • The Q&A with speakers

Need help? Please contact the Conference Secretariat via frsa@kaigi.com.au, or phone on 02 6198 3218.

Delegates that are registered for the Forum also get access to an exclusive discount for Children Beyond Dispute’s 18-hour Child Inclusive Mediation and Counselling: Child Consultant Course with Professor Jennifer McIntosh AM.

Child Inclusive Mediation & Counselling is an evidence based intervention for separated parents in dispute, designed to support and powerfully realign co-parenting, by focusing on the experiences of their children.

The work combines skillful developmental consultation with children, and strategic, therapeutic feedback conversations with their parents, within a mediation or counselling process, in court or community based services.

Child Inclusion is a powerful intervention with proven potential to support co-parenting and children’s adjustment pathways after separation. Just like any powerful tool, Child Inclusion requires thorough training.

+ Speakers

Forum Speakers Coming Soon

+ Sponsors

Sponsorship

FRSA invites you to consider the opportunity to sponsor this year’s Forum.

Sponsorship is a fantastic way to advertise and highlight your services and expertise to the Child Inclusive Practice network.

If you are interested in sponsoring the Child Inclusive Practice Forum 2021, please contact the FRSA team at admin@frsa.org.au or 02 6162 1811 and we’ll let you know our fantastic sponsorship options!

This is an Australian Community Workers Association endorsed CPD event. All registrants of the event will be eligible for seven Continuing Professional development (CPD) hours/points for their participation.
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