Join our expert panel to explore the changing face of Family Dispute Resolution (FDR).
FDR Practitioners, counsellors, family therapists and parent-adolescent mediators.
About the panellists
Ms Wendy Gaddie holds tertiary qualifications in Law and Psychology and is a Nationally Accredited Mediator and FDR Practitioner (FDRP). She has over a decade of experience as an FDRP, predominantly in the not-for-profit sector, and more recently in her own private practice, through which she consults with Relationships Australia Victoria (RAV) as a trainer and coach.
Wendy will be supported by Ms Astrid Horter, who 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 Course, and delivers training for RAV and external 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 System (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.
75 minutes of content and 15 minutes of moderated Q&As.
Registrations close 24 hours before the webinar start time. In addition to the live event link, all registrants will receive a link to the webinar recording post-event.
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- Desktop or laptop computer
- Reliable internet connection
- Webcam (built in to your computer, or input separately)