Trainer and Facilitator
Professional Supervision is an important aspect of ongoing training, development and improvement.
Family mediation is fraught with emotion and very high stakes. Families are talking about the most important people in their life - their children.
Many skills are needed in our toolbox, and professional supervision is a way to access other FDRP's and the tools they bring to their practice.
Being able to debrief your mediations with other practitioners is not only valuable in a supervisory model but also enables you to listen to views of others and see your own mediations from a new perspective.
Self reflection is but one way to improve and sometimes it's easier to look back on our own work once we have had the opportunity to talk about it.
I have been a Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner for 6 years now and I enjoy the work as much today as I did when I first trained, 7 years ago.
As an adjunct to mediation, I also run a widely acclaimed Parenting Orders Program, the Circle of Security parenting program, a popular Step Family workshop, and a coaching program that supports mums and dads struggling with conflict years after separation.
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Conflict Is Inevitable,
Combat Is Optional.
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