Learning & events

Webinar | Mediating via videoconference for FDRPs

with Helen Jarvis

Tuesday 22 September 2020 | Online

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (AEST)

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Mediating via videoconference for FDRPs

The COVID context has created an opportunity for practitioners to refine the skills needed to work with clients in an online mode. This webinar will explore:

  • Research regarding therapeutic rapport in a video conference mode

  • Additional considerations for risk assessment and safety planning

  • Tools and techniques when mediating using video conference

  • Managing high conflict in an online mode

Register yourself and gain valuable CPD points.


About the speaker

Helen Jarvis
Experienced mediator and FDRP

Helen is a Nationally Accredited Mediator, Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner, Child Consultant, Facilitator of Restorative Engagement conferences and Clinical Supervisor in private practice. She supports individuals and organisations to have the difficult conversations that often accompany the distress and conflict typically experienced during periods of change.

Helen is also a trainer for the College of Law and Relationships Australia. She teaches the National Mediator Training Programme and subjects of the Graduate Diploma of Family Dispute Resolution. She also runs workshops on the skills required to support difficult conversations; Accidental Counsellor, Conflict Resolution, Performance Management and Negotiation Skills.

www.rebootresolve.com.au
http://linkedin.com/in/helen-jarvis-0391433

Accessing the webinar

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