Webinars

The webinars posted on this page have been created by various speakers at the request of the National Family Law Pathways Networks and are available to you as a professional development tool. The views of the presenters are their own and may or may not be shared by the Family Law Pathways Network. Webinar content can cover sensitive topics that may contain potentially distressing material.
Emerging Minds Webinar Series Supporting children's mental health during parental separation  - Session 2 of 4

Originally recorded and streamed on 05/07/2023

Emerging Minds Webinar Series Supporting children's mental health during parental separation - Session 2 of 4

Session 2: Understanding child mental health in the context of parental separation where there is FDV. National Family Law Pathways Network webinar in collaboration with Emerging Minds.

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Emerging Minds Webinar Series Supporting children's mental health during parental separation  - Session 1 of 4

Originally recorded and streamed on 14/06/2023

Emerging Minds Webinar Series Supporting children's mental health during parental separation - Session 1 of 4

Session 1: Understanding child mental health in the context of parental separation. National Family Law Pathways Network webinar in collaboration with Emerging Minds.

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New innovations from the newly merged Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia

Originally recorded and streamed on 25/05/2022

New innovations from the newly merged Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia

presented by Senior Judicial Registrar Hoult and Senior Judicial Registrar Conlan

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Experiences of Neurodiversity in Family Law

Originally recorded and streamed on 23/03/2022

Experiences of Neurodiversity in Family Law

presented by Judy Singer and Elena Campbell

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Men in Focus: Unpacking masculinities and engaging men in the prevention of violence

Originally recorded and streamed on 21/11/2021

Men in Focus: Unpacking masculinities and engaging men in the prevention of violence

presented by Dr Shane Tas

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Legal Systems Abuse and Coercive Control

Originally recorded and streamed on 26/11/2021

Legal Systems Abuse and Coercive Control

Presented by Professor Heather Douglas

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The view of Australian Judicial Officers on domestic and family violence perpetrator interventions

Originally recorded and streamed on 19/10/2020

The view of Australian Judicial Officers on domestic and family violence perpetrator interventions

Presented by Professor JaneMaree Maher

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Child Inclusive & Developmentally Focused Dispute Resolution: Two evidence-based methods

Originally recorded and streamed on 02/09/2020

Child Inclusive & Developmentally Focused Dispute Resolution: Two evidence-based methods

Presented by Professor Jennifer McIntosh

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Complex Circumstances: Parents with Intellectual Disabilities

Originally recorded and streamed on 24/06/2020

Complex Circumstances: Parents with Intellectual Disabilities

Presented by Dr Margaret Spencer

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Parenting Capacity & Mental Health

Originally recorded and streamed on 17/06/2020

Parenting Capacity & Mental Health

Presented by Rose Cuff

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A Safety Model for Working with Survivors & Perpetrators of Family Violence

Originally recorded and streamed on 10/06/2020

A Safety Model for Working with Survivors & Perpetrators of Family Violence

Presented by David Mandel

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Linguistic & Cultural Barriers to Aboriginal Access to Justice

Originally recorded and streamed on 03/06/2020

Linguistic & Cultural Barriers to Aboriginal Access to Justice

Presented by Ben Grimes

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 Understanding & Responding to Controlling & Escalating Behaviour in Children

Originally recorded and streamed on 20/05/2020

Understanding & Responding to Controlling & Escalating Behaviour in Children

Presented by Trent Savill

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