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Pronia’s Greek ‘Mazi ’Palliative Care program for carers who look after someone living with terminal illness organizes a Day-retreat at Mornington Peninsula Hot Springs on Thursday 30 May 2019. The retreat is for Carers only and aims to provide a relaxing day away from the caring duties. RSVP is essential as places are limited. To register your interest and find more about the retreat please contact PRONIAs Community Educators: Anton Anagnostou (Thursday - Friday) or Adonis Maglis (Monday) on 9388…Find out more »
The online education program for separated parents of young children has been created by internationally acclaimed child psychologist, researcher and author in the divorce and family trauma field, Professor Jennifer McIntosh. YCIDS provides information about early development and about co-parenting an infant or young child and targets the important developmental considerations for parents. The YCIDS program is suitable for parents making decisions about post-separation parenting themselves, or for mediators, counsellors, lawyers or others assisting parents in this process. The YCIDS…Find out more »
"Conflict and Choice" is a useful online educational tool for separating parents, pre-mediation. The 20 minute award-winning short film is a powerful dramatisation of the pathways that two families took through dispute resolution: court, and child inclusive mediation. As we watch Anna and her parents arrive at a child centred resolution, the transforming possibilities of the child inclusive pathway become clear. Written by the Children in Focus Team, Produced by COMET and Directed by award winning Director, Nancy Black.Find out more »
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 (a not-for-profit peak body) on behalf of the CIP network. The 2019 Child Inclusive Practice (CIP) Forum Rebuilding, Restoration and Renovation, acknowledges family breakdown…Find out more »
Aimed at workers delivering frontline services in the human services sector, this webinar will discuss how to communicate meaningfully to solve problems and improve outcomes for customers/clients, by adopting an open-minded and curious manner. Explore the current Australian cultural landscape, understand how you personally interact in a culturally-diverse environment, and learn strategies and actions that increase your ability to work effectively in cross-cultural teams and environments. For more information or to register, please go hereFind out more »
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