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Liz Sanders: The Attachment Style Interview

Family Law Pathways Networks presents: Liz Sanders: The Attachment Style Interview Wednesday 27 May 2020 1:00 - 2:30 pm AEST As part of our free webinar series the Family Law Pathways Networks across Australia invite you to join a free webinar by leading expert Liz Sanders! Attachment theory explains how the primary carer-child relationship emerges and influences subsequent emotional and physiological development across the lifespan. The Attachment Style Interview (ASI) is an evidence-based instrument that enhances practitioners’ understanding of family dynamics and the capacity of caregivers to develop meaningful strategies for resilience. Designed by the Centre for Abuse and Trauma Studies

Happy Volunteers Week 2020!

The VFLPN - Greater Melbourne team would like to wish all our volunteers a happy volunteers week! We are so greatly appreciative of our volunteers. Our volunteers allow us to fill a much-needed gap in the Melbourne and Dandenong Commonwealth Law Registries in-court services. They do this by acting in a concierge role for self-represented litigants, assisting with procedural information and providing appropriate referrals to clients. They also assist greatly in keeping our iRefer Vic app up to date by calling services throughout the year to ensure information is accurate and up to date. So, once again, THANK YOU to all our volunteers, past and present! We greatly appreciate the time and work

Trent Savill: Understanding and Responding to Controlling and Escalated Behaviours in Children

Family Law Pathways Network presents: Trent Savill: Understanding and Responding to Controlling and Escalated Behaviours in Children Wednesday, 20 May 2020 at 1:00 - 2:30 pm AEST As part of our free webinar series the Family Law Pathways Networks across Australia invite you to join a free webinar by leading expert Trent Savill This workshop supports professionals to better understand and respond to children and young people who engage in aggressive and controlling behaviours. The workshop will explore how developmental attachment impacts on our capacity to trust and hand over control to others, and also looks at the important cognitive skills required to be able to comply with the expectatio

Upcoming Collaborative Meetings - Western Suburbs

We are currently seeking expressions of interest from organisations in the Western Suburbs to participate in a collaborative meeting, to meet quarterly. Based on our successful Collaborative Meeting running in the South-East, we are looking to expand this opportunity to our network in in the Western Suburbs. The purpose of the collaborative meeting is for practitioners in the family law sector to network and keep up to date with services and referral processes of other organisations within the area. If you are a practitioner or organisation based in the Western Suburbs, we would like to extend the invitation to you to attend these meetings! Additionally, if you are interested in hosting a co

Sunshine FRC Property Mediation Event

Sunshine FRC, in collaboration with the Victorian Family Law Pathways Network - Greater Melbourne, are hosting a local event designed for the legal profession, to explain the FDR process for property disputes. The event will provide: An explanation of how property disputes are resolved in the FDR process; An explanation of how lawyers can be involved in the FDR process; and An opportunity to network with other Family Law Professionals in the Western Suburbs. We are pleased to work with Sunshine FRC to provide this event to practitioners in the Western Suburbs, and to continue to build local networking opportunities in establishing the Western collaborative group. Date: Thursday, 28 May 20

National FLPN Webinar Series

Each Wednesday between 20 May and 24 June 2020, at 1pm, the national Family Law Pathways Network will present a free webinar to our members. While social distancing measures prevent our members from attending in-person training events, we have collaborated to bring you a series of high calibre expert presenters to broaden knowledge and understanding around issues impacting separating families. Want to attend? Make sure you're a member of the VFLPN to receive registration emails! The program for this series is as follows: 20 May Aggressive & Controlling Behaviour in Children Trent Savill This workshop supports professionals to better understand and respond to children and young people who e

Further COVID-19 Service Delivery Updates

We have collated information on updated service delivery from organisations within the sector who have contacted us. Please note this is a non-exhaustive list and is merely to inform you of how some organisations are responding to COVID-19 at this time. For specific organization information, please contact that organization directly. This information is correct as at the time of publication. Please note that headings are hyperlinked for further information. Relationship Matters Parenting After Separation Program Relationship Matters across Victoria continues to offer its Parenting After Separation Program in an online format. Relationships Australia Victoria Relationships Australia Victoria

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