In this webinar panel discussion, the panelists examine current advanced practice in property family dispute resolution (FDR), including options for service delivery, use of various technologies, and FDR process and strategy.
Recent updates in relation to the legal context of FDR are also discussed.
This webinar also examines:
- issues that arise in complex property and financial FDR practice and apply FDR practitioner role boundaries.
- process strategies useful for complex property FDR.
- skills required in complex property FDR.
- impacts of case law related to property settlement on FDR.
About the panelists
Astrid Horter is the Program Leader FDR and Mediation Training at RAV. She holds tertiary qualifications in law and psychology and is an experienced FDRP and child consultant. Astrid coordinates RAV’s Graduate Diploma of FDR, Mediation Training Short Course, and delivers training for RAV and external organisations. Astrid has extensive experience working in community organisations as a clinical supervisor, trainer and manager.
John Ravesi is a highly experienced FDRP, mediator, counsellor and coach. He is currently a Trainer/Assessor within the FDR and Mediation Training Program at RAV and delivers a variety of programs to external organisations. He has held multiple senior leadership, supervisory and clinical roles in a variety of community organisations.
Adrien March is an FDRP with a broad base of skills and experience, including mediation practice, training and dispute resolution research. Her practice experience covers mediating using facilitative and transformative models in the FDR and National Mediation Accreditation (NMAS) schemes. Adrien’s specialisations include working with rainbow families and high conflict disputes. Her training expertise includes course development and conducting FDR and NMAS training, coaching and evaluation for RAV and other organisations.
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