The Dispute Resolution Committee's Conference Working Party have started work on this year's Family Practice Conference. This follows on from the success of last year's online event, which was attended by nearly 350 members.
A follow-up wellbeing webinar in partnership with LawCare, the mental health charity for the legal sector, exploring practical ways to address findings from our sector-wide report. Free and open to all.
Part of the Spotlight Series, this 2.5 hour online session with Gillian Bishop, Danielle Barbereau, Chris Mills and Jane McCann will consider a range of reflective practice options that can support the wellbeing of family practitioners.
Part of the Spotlight Series, this 2.5 hour online session with Robyn Bradey, Joanna Fleck and Rachel Francis will tackle the key issue in the wellbeing of family practitioners: managing vicarious trauma.
This online 3-hour session, with trauma specialist and psychotherapist, Donna Butler, considers how to manage trauma in the workplace - both for those you work with and also how to look after yourself.
This course, part of the Essential Skills Series and delivered in three sessions, explores the psychodynamics and behaviours of separating families, with a view to establishing an essential skills base for effective intervention with clients.
This workshop is intended to assist professionals working with high conflict personalities to recognise when dealing with such personalities and to adapt their strategies as necessary and appropriate. It should provide a greater sense of control over situations which such personalities may otherwise excessively influence.
If you missed our recent National Conference, you can now access all the sessions on-demand through our Catch-up Package.
Hosted over five days online, it was our biggest National Conference yet, with 43 sessions including daily plenaries, skills workshops and key updates.
Taking place on Friday 11th December. This webinar is being delivered in partnership with LawCare the leading charity for promoting wellbeing in the legal community.
This webinar focuses on advocacy skills for family practitioners.