The GROW model of coaching offers a practical framework for working with clients or others with two powerful outcomes - increasing the level of awareness and increasing the level of perceived responsibility. In this session, we outline the differences between coaching and other modalities of intervention, then describe the practical steps involved in applying the GROW model. We also cover several scenarios and examples specific to FDR and describe possible responses that could be used in either a funded or private practice setting.
FDR workers and practitioners, mediators, FDR and mediation students, Clinical professions, social workers, psychologists, students, caring professions.
Simon Goode has worked in the post-separation space in the Parenting Orders Program, working with parents and children from court-ordered families. He has also worked as a practitioner in a number of funded services, as manager of the Newcastle FRC, and Manager of the Relationships Australia Mediation Service with RANSW, then also as Program Leader for mediation and FDR programs with Relationships Australia Victoria.
Links between violence against women and socially dominant ideas of masculinity.$50.00 inc. GST
Explore the ethical arguments for and against engagement in online counselling.$50.00 inc. GST
Time: 9.30am - 12.30pm AEDT
Time: 9.30am - 12.30pm AEST
Time: 12 - 1:30pm AEST