Two month trial: The WISE® – Wheel of Intervention Selection

Welcome to the Wheel of Intervention Selection (The WISE®)

 

Access your free trial by registering.

If you found it useful to your practice you can purchase a year's access.

Conditions of Use

Access is for a single user only. It is a breach of this licence to share your access with another user.

Access is provided on the condition that the user complies strictly with the Copyright Policy of ICCFL

The WISE® is designed as a tool for the Family Law practitioners. Counsellors, mediators, parenting coordinators, family lawyers, child consultants, mental health practitioners, children’s contact workers will find information here.

The WISE® is a Case Conceptualisation Tool. Three discrete sections provide information about:

  • Risk Assessment, Recommended Case Modality and Safety Management
  • A Tool Box of strategies particular to work in family law
    • Understanding Conflict,
    • Complex Families, Trauma and Resilience,
    • Children Caught in the Middle,
    • Couples, Parents and Extended Families
    • Property
  • The Edge of Practice which considers harder issues
    • Ethics Diversity and Inclusion
    • Special Topics including emerging models of practice and caring for self

What we have in common is our interest in the support of families and individuals who are engaged with family law systems. The really good news is that for each part of The WISE® there are articles to read; forms to apply; videos to watch and so much more.

 

Video: Jon Graham Introduces the WISE

Bonus Program: The WISE® – Wheel of Intervention Selection

Welcome to the Wheel of Intervention Selection (The WISE®)

 

Access to this bonus program is for six months.

If you found it useful to your practice you can purchase a year's access.

The WISE® is designed as a tool for the Family Law practitioners. Counsellors, mediators, parenting coordinators, family lawyers, child consultants, mental health practitioners, children’s contact workers will find information here.

The WISE® is a Case Conceptualisation Tool. Three discrete sections provide information about:

  • Risk Assessment, Recommended Case Modality and Safety Management
  • A Tool Box of strategies particular to work in family law
    • Understanding Conflict,
    • Complex Families, Trauma and Resilience,
    • Children Caught in the Middle,
    • Couples, Parents and Extended Families
    • Property
  • The Edge of Practice which considers harder issues
    • Ethics Diversity and Inclusion
    • Special Topics including emerging models of practice and caring for self

What we have in common is our interest in the support of families and individuals who are engaged with family law systems. The really good news is that for each part of The WISE® there are articles to read; forms to apply; videos to watch and so much more.

 

Video: Jon Graham Introduces the WISE

Wheel of Intervention Selection – The WISE®

Welcome to the Wheel of Intervention Selection (The WISE®)

 

Price: $80. USD  Access is for one year.  Important - Once you make your purchase you will be sent your login instructions.  If you do not receive the instructions please contact us. 

If you have been granted access as a bonus please note that the only way in is through your profile page.

A note on how to subscribe:

Subscriptions can be paid directly through this site in USD.  Australian subscriptions will be charged additional GST there is no GST for subscribers outside Australia. If you would prefer to subscribe in AUD/CAD please request an invoice, and we will issue you an invoice to PayPal where you can select your currency. The fee in AUD/CAD is $120.00

Conditions of Use

Access is for a single user only. It is a breach of this licence to share your access with another user.

Access is provided on the condition that the user complies strictly with the Copyright Policy of ICCFL

The WISE® is designed as a tool for the Family Law practitioners. Counsellors, mediators, parenting coordinators, family lawyers, child consultants, mental health practitioners, children’s contact workers will find information here.

The WISE® is a Case Conceptualisation Tool. Three discrete sections provide information about:

  • Risk Assessment, Recommended Case Modality and Safety Management
  • A Tool Box of strategies particular to work in family law
    • Understanding Conflict,
    • Complex Families, Trauma and Resilience,
    • Children Caught in the Middle,
    • Couples, Parents and Extended Families
    • Property
  • The Edge of Practice which considers harder issues
    • Ethics Diversity and Inclusion
    • Special Topics including emerging models of practice and caring for self

What we have in common is our interest in the support of families and individuals who are engaged with family law systems. The really good news is that for each part of The WISE® there are articles to read; forms to apply; videos to watch and so much more.

 

Video: Jon Graham Introduces the WISE

Rev Bill Crews Foundation Trauma Informed Practice Portal

Welcome to the Bill Crews Foundation training portal. This is the home of the Trauma Informed Practice training modules for the staff, volunteers, and board members of the RBCF. This portal is an add on to the in-room training that is being provided to those who work with Bill.

Participants please ensure you are logged in to access the information in this portal.

Myers Brigg and Thomas Kilmann Support Portal

Welcome to the support portal for the Myers Brigg Type Indicator and the Thomas Kilmann Conflict Styles Instrument. This portal is here to provide additional information for you and your team.

While the MBTI and TKI have many applications, the purpose of this particular program is individual and team development.

Please login to view the lessons if you have been given access to this portal.

Legally Assisted Family Dispute Resolution

In this course Jon Graham explores the theory and skills necessary in the application of Legally Assisted Dispute Resolution (LAFDR) to work with separating parents. Largely focused on the work in Australia’s Family Relationship Centres, the course considers a rationale for the use of lawyers in FDR, the strengths of the approach, and the skills and ethics necessary to undertake a legally assisted FDR process. The course is appropriate for FDRPs, FRC managers, and Lawyers.

Online Delivery Mode

This course is available as Three Online Lessons totaling 10 hours of online training. The course will include:

  • Lesson Webinars
  • Readings
  • Video example
  • Whole group live tutorials (Online or In-Room)

Directive Mediation

In this course Jon Graham explores the theory and skills necessary to work as a Directive Mediator. Unlike the Facilitative and Relational models of mediation, directive mediation is focused on tightly managing the parties; what is said, when it is said, how long people speak for and more. Very little s left to chance. The theory behind this approach draws from High Conflict practice and theory.

Online Delivery Mode

This course is available as Three Online Lessons totaling 10 hours of online training. The course will include:

  • Lesson Webinars
  • Readings
  • Video examples
  • Whole group live tutorial (Online or In-Room)

Mediating Family Law Property

This program is specifically designed for Family Mediators and Collaborative Practitioners working in the Australian Family environment and law. Rather than teaching the legal principles, the program will explore models of practice for the negotiation of a division of property. In the program Jon will outline three possible models of negotiation, that can be applied according to the presentation of the separating couple. Ethical challenges of tiny property pools, or refusal to obtain legal advice, and negative property balance sheets will be considered.

The course comprises 10 hours of self-paced learning, that will involve webinars, interviews and demonstration videos, along with readings and other materials.

Two 2.5-hour live tutorials and 10 hours of self-paced learning.

THIS PROGRAM CAN BE PROVIDED AS AN IN ROOM COURSE FOR MEDIATOR TEAMS

Entry Requirements: Family Mediators and Collaborative Practitioners working under the Australian Family Law

Child-Centred Parenting Coordination

In this course Dr Lorri Yasenik and Jon Graham explore the theory and skills necessary to work as a Child-Centred Parenting Coordinator.  While delivered online, the course is highly experiential providing practice opportunities in small online groups and in online tutorials. This training follows the most current (2019) Parenting Coordination Guidelines set forth by the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts (AFCC).

Parenting Coordination is a multifaceted role. Practitioners will learn the practical steps as to how to work with separated and divorced parents while remaining child-centred. Lorri, a child specialist and registered play therapist, family mediator and parenting coordinator and Jon a specialist in complex family mediation and parenting coordinator bring an integrative skill set into this training.

Online Delivery Mode

This course is available as Five Online Lessons totaling 40 hours of online training. The course will include:

  • Lesson Webinars
  • Readings
  • Video examples
  • Reflective questions for consideration
  • Practice-With-Peers® Exercises
  • Whole group live tutorials

If you are registered in this course please make sure you are logged in. If you are logged in you should see the course content below.

Meeting with Children in the Virtual Space

A CHILD CENTRED APPROACH

Meeting with Children in the Virtual Space applies the principles of the MWC child-centred approach. This 12 hour Master Class is for previous attendees at the Meeting with Children Approach Training. It is offered as 8 hour self-paced learning combined with 4 hours live tutorials.

The Master Class will cover the following:

• Engagement with children online
• Adaptation of in-room activities to the online space
• Introduction of new activities suitable for the online space
• The mechanics of a virtual meeting with a child
• Ethical online practice with children

Please Note that the course materials are provided for you in pdf in the Orientation section.

Research Into Practice Forums

Informal and Online

Research-into-Practice is an informal forum of family law practitioners. We gather online in a similar format to a book-club, with the intention of discussing two or three articles around a theme.

The Research into Practice events have been created to answer a question. How can we practitioners integrate recent research into our practice? It is designed for family law professionals who seek to develop their practice to integrate the thoughts of researchers and authors.

Each month Jon will distribute reading materials to each participant 7 days prior to the forum. The group then gathers to explore how (and whether) the authors’ thoughts can be applied in practice. We can discuss cases, theory and practice all generated from the month’s theme.

Jon Graham will host each forum as a Zoom meeting for up to 12 participants.

 

 

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Summer Hill Children’s Centre Resources

Trauma Informed Practice in Early Childhood: An Introduction

Welcome to the Trauma Informed Practice training for the Summer Hill Children’s Centre. This program is designed as an in-room tutorial supported by a series of videos and other materials that will be of interest to those in the course.

Participants please ensure you are logged in to access the information in this portal.

Uniting Anchor Program Resources

Welcome to the Training Portal for Uniting Anchor Program workers. We will provide a recording of each of the Zoom training sessions as they become available.

Please ensure you are logged in to access the information in this portal.

Meeting with Parents Online Training Program

In this course Dr Lorri Yasenik and Jon Graham provide an experiential learning space with opportunities to work with small online groups and online tutorials.

The program is 15 hours in length and is comprised of self-paced learning activities and interactive tutorials. The program is divided into three lessons:
Lesson 1: Theoretical overview
Lesson 2: Meeting with Level 1 and Level 2 parents
Lesson 3: Meeting with Level 3 and 4 parents.
Within each lesson there are videos to watch, some readings, “practice with peers” exercises and tutorials where you will interface with the trainers.

Upcoming dates to be announced.

If you are registered in this course please make sure you are logged in. If you are logged in you should see the course content below.

Meeting with Children Training Program

Meeting with Children: A Child-Centred Approach 

In this course Dr Lorri Yasenik and Jon Graham explore the skills necessary to meet with post separation children and youth. While delivered online, the course is highly experiential providing practice opportunities in small online groups and in online tutorials.

The skills taught add to the practitioner toolbox for work with children as well as work with parents who find it difficult to remain regulated in traditional ADR processes. Lorri, a child specialist and registered play therapist, family mediator and Jon a specialist in complex family mediation bring an eclectic skill set into this training.

Online Delivery Mode

This course is available as Five Online Lessons totalling 30 hours of online training. The course will include:

  • Lesson Webinar
  • Readings
  • Video examples, questions for consideration and assessment tasks
  • Practice-With-Peer Exercises (a small meeting of peers for practice, can be an online group)
  • Whole group live tutorials

If you are registered in this course please make sure you are logged in. If you are logged in you should see the course content below.

Research Portal

Please ensure you are logged in to access the information in this portal.

The RA WISE

Welcome to the Relationships Australia Wheel of Intervention Selection (RA WISE)

The RA WISE is designed as a case guidance tool for the FDR staff in RANSW. If you are logged in you should see the course content below.

Wheel of Child Development

Wheel of Child Development

Welcome to the Wheel of Child Development

The Wheel of Child Development is an interactive package containing practical information and resources for professionals working with children and families.

  • An interactive wheel by age and stage of development
  • Four domains of development
  • Additional articles and videos
  • Regularly updated with access to videos, articles, and content for specific ages and stages of development.
  • Referral points and Parent Feedback

The Circle will be regularly updated with access to videos, articles, and content for specific ages and stages of development.

Subscriptions are for 12 months and for individual users only. If you have purchased this program you should see the course content near the bottom of this page. Click on the lesson title to access the wheel.

Access is available for $15.00 USD per year. (You will be automatically be charged each year unless you cancel)

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