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Online Workshop: Advanced Training in Property and Financial Matters in Family Dispute Resolution Practice
Advance your family dispute resolution (FDR) knowledge and skills for working with families around property and financial matters within a family law context. This advanced, one-day workshop is suitable for accredited Family Dispute Resolution Practitioners (FDRPs) with experience in property matters. The workshop is designed to teach you the specialised skills to work with property and financial matters within a family law environment and facilitate dispute resolution in this context. The interactive training includes a variety of learning methodologies including demonstrations,…Find out more »
This renowned Specialist Course in Couple Therapy is now in its 31st year. It is open to counsellors and psychologists wanting to develop rigorous knowledge and specialist skills in working with couples. The course uses an integrative therapeutic approach, which is strongly grounded in evidence-based models and contemporary practice. It equips participants to respond flexibly to couples’ particular needs, world views and situations. Recognising the limitations inherent in a single theoretical model, the course provides participants with training in a…Find out more »
The No Scaredy Cats™ workshop is based on three underlying perspectives: first, by having an understanding of how anxiety develops parents can counter its progress, second, parents can take a preventative role in the development of anxiety problems, third, there are practical steps parents can take to build resilience. The course teaches: Greater understanding of the problem of increasing levels of anxiety in children and some strategies for its treatment. An opportunity to become a certified No Scaredy Cats™ practitioner.…Find out more »
COVID-19 has produced increasing demands on many child, family and community welfare services, including mental health and domestic violence. At the same time, due to restrictions, services have needed to shift to remote service delivery, which has exposed inequities in community levels of digital access and literacy. This webinar will explore the digital divide and its impact on the remote delivery of child, family and community welfare services. Presenters: Jo Barraket, Director, Centre for Social Impact, Swinburne University Annette…Find out more »
This workshop provides easy-to-use techniques to enlist adolescents to manage their own teenager behaviour problems and emotional reactions. They will learn to build a relationship with their teenager and strategies to deal with unacceptable behaviour. Participants will walk away with a renewed sense of confidence about the role they can play in their teenagers’ lives, without conversations morphing into arguments. Please note that this is a one-day professional development course or a train-the-trainer course, a small licensing fee is required…Find out more »
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