The Victorian Parenting Orders and PSCOP Managers Group invites you to the High Conflict in Family Law - Good Practice Forum 2019 on 8 May 2019 9:30am - 4:30pm
General Admission - High Conflict in Family Law - Good Practice Forum - $50
Sponsored by the Victorian Family Law Pathways Network, the High Conflict in Family Law - Good Practice Forum 2019 is designed for workers assisting change with family members who have been referred by a Court Order to a Parenting Orders Program or a PSCOP.
This forum will allow workers to:
Learn together, with a focus on whole-of-family work when clients are court ordered to attend a POP session
Practice effectively by supporting changes in accordance with the Children’s Best Interests
Share practice expertise
Develop collaborative relationships
The forum will focus on a theme of family violence and feature presentations from No to Violence and Women's Legal Service, as well as workshops on self-care and networking activity.
A catered breakfast & lunch will be provided on the day.
About the presenting organisations:
Women's Legal Service Victoria
“Women’s legal Service Victoria is a not for profit organization which has been providing free legal services to women since 1982. We work with and for women experiencing particular disadvantage to address legal issues arising from relationship breakdown or violence.
We are funded by the Indigenous Justice and Legal Assistance Division, Attorney General’s Department, Canberra and Victoria Legal Aid
We exist to help build a gender equitable country. Our unique contribution to this vision, as lawyers, advocate and educators, is to work alongside women experiencing disadvantage to promote their rights to live free from violence and make informed choices about their relationship.”
No to Violence
"No to Violence works to bring about the changes our community needs to eliminate men’s use of family violence. For 25 years we have been working directly with men who use family violence to support them to change Our expertise in their beliefs, attitudes, behavior and choices has enabled us to develop standards, programs and training, lead policy development, and fulfil our role as the largest peak body in Australia for organisations and individuals working with men to end family violence. As a pro-feminist organization, the safety of women and children is at the centre of everything we do. It is by ending men’s violence that families can be happier, safer and more fulfilled lives."
Group Work Centre
"The Group work Centre help you build collaborative cultures where people can thrive. We provide exceptional facilitation services, practical workplace training and specialist courses addressing collaborative management, group facilitation and the broad arena of helping people work well together.
We are a values-based organisation helping you harness the wisdom of groups, sensitively navigate transformation and work through interpersonal challenges. Our work is founded on principles of self-awareness and compassion, designed to give individuals and groups skills to achieve their goals. We use simple processes that are unique, highly accessible and thoroughly road tested. We’ve been tailoring them to help our clients since 1984."
Registrations close 1 May 2019
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