Family Assessment Reports

Available In Person or by Webinar

Family Assessment Reports: The theory and practice behind them and how to talk with your clients about them
2 CPD Units in Professional Skills

Presenters: Olivia Kay and Rachel Joy (The Adelaide Resolutions Centre)
Date: Friday, 14 April 2023
Time: 3:00pm – 5:00pm
Format: In-person or Webinar

Rachel and Olivia will breakdown the process and purpose of an assessment, talk about the benefits and limitations of a report, what background information should be provided by instructing solicitors, what happens on the day and how to best prepare your clients for the day. 

About the Presenters:
Olivia Kay
Director, Child and Family Consultant/Therapist
BA (Psychology), BSW, MSW
Rachel Jolly
Director, Child and Family Consultant/Therapist
BA (Psych), BASW, Grad Dip Family Therapy

Olivia Kay and Rachel Jolly established The Adelaide Resolutions Centre in 2018, in response to seeing a need in Adelaide for a specialised centre to work with separated families in a comfortable, welcoming and child-focussed setting. The Adelaide Resolutions Centre conducts family assessment reports as well as child dispute/child inclusive conferencing, informal mediation, supervision of time spending, co-parenting counselling, pre-separation counselling and family therapy. Both Olivia and Rachel are recognised experts of the Family and Federal Circuit Courts (Regulation 7 Consultants), with tertiary degrees in psychology, social work and family therapy as well as each having 20+ years of experience in working with children and families.  

Registration fees: 

Members admitted more than 3 years: $120
Members admitted less than 3 years: $95
Non-Members: $160
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14/04/2023 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Level 10, 178 North Terrace ADELAIDE SA 5000 AUSTRALIA

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Friday, 14 April 2023


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