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  • Engaging Men: Why, When, Where and How to engage our male clients

    19/04/2013  |  Workshop

    This network breakfast has drawn together some of the Gold Coast’s key welfare professionals who work with men. Learn what it takes to engage men in a positive way to enhance outcomes for men’s health and wellbeing and improve family relationships.

  • Responding to and managing High Conflict Clients

    12/06/2013  |  Workshop

    People experiencing Family Law matters are trying to manage the stresses and high emotions associated with:

  • Pathways Information EXPO on the Gold Coast

    13/09/2013  |  Workshop

    The expo aims to bring together expertise and knowledge from a variety of organisations, with the purpose of supporting industry workers to convey service delivery information and make appropriate referrals to cl

  • Family Law Pathways Annual Christmas Celebration

    08/11/2013  |  Networking

    Annual celebration hosted for the Greater Brisbane FLPN members to support reflection of the years practice, networking and collaborative practice

  • Risk Screening: Evaluating risk in the family law setting

    13/11/2013  |  Workshop

    Screening and assessment of safety is a fundamental task that underpins all professional practice. Risk is not a static factor; it is multi-dimensional and changes across time, therefore, requiring continuous assessment throughout the duration of client contact.  The complexity of case work has increased dramatically with, for example, mental health and cultural considerations, that have increased not only the degree of difficulty in our work but also require a greater skill set and knowledge base to our professional roles. 

  • Domestic and Family Violence – practical considerations

    18/11/2013  |  Workshop

    With the assistance of the Wide Bay Burnett Regional Legal Assistance Forum, the Bundaberg Family Law Pathways Network is hosting a series of workshops across the Wide Bay region on the practical considerations of domestic and family violence.  Sessions will cover:

  • The DOORS Risk Screening - Evaluating Risk in the Family Law Setting

    21/11/2013  |  Workshop

    Screening and assessment of safety is a fundamental task that underpins all professional practice. Risk is not a static factor; it is multidimensional and changes across time, therefore, requiring continuous assessment throughout the entirety of client contact.  The complexity of case work has increased dramatically with features, for example, mental health, family violence and cultural considerations, that have increased not only the degree of difficulty in our work but also require a greater skill set and knowledge base to our professional roles. 

  • The FLPN End of Year Networking Event

    12/12/2013  |  Networking

    This event will provide you with the opportunity to meet Federal Magistrate, Her Honour Purdon-Sully as well as networking with other professionals, whilst enjoying the beautiful vi

  • Mental Health and Family Law

    10/01/2014  |  Training

    The management of mental health issues when supporting family law clients can often create moral and ethical dilemmas for practitioners.  While we know the presence of a mental illness does not exclude peopl

  • ENHANCING EMOTIONAL HEALTH: A self esteem & empowerment program for women

    01/02/2014  |  Workshop

    Relationships Australia is proud to present Enhancing Emotional Health.  It is a self esteem and empowerment program for women.  It covers topics including:

    Download: File Enhancing Emotional Health Flyer 2014.docx

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