Relationships Australia WA provides mediation services in the West Leederville and Kwinana area. For mediation in the Perth City or Bunbury area please contact our Family Relationship Centres.
Our mediation services use accredited mediators and family dispute resolution practitioners, who have a range of backgrounds including counselling, psychology, social work, family therapy, law and management.
Mediation can be used for:
Mediation can help families coping with separation and other parenting challenges receive support without court involvement.
Mediators will provide information as well as referrals to counselling and other relevant servcies. If you are parents experiencing separation we will talk with you to help you focus on your children’s needs and help you decide what to do next.
Mediation takes place in an environment of cooperation. The benefits of mediation will differ for each individual, however, the key advantages are that it provides people with:
This comprehensive eight-week course takes you through a series of rebuilding blocks such as grief and loss, fear, loneliness and anger, as well as your role in the relationship.
This workshop, held in a male-friendly environment, will help you develop parenting skills that are responsive to your children's needs, and to assist you find helpful ways to stay in contact with your children.
This session aims to be a supportive space to explore the challenges of separation with other women in a similar position and to identify and /or reconnect with coping strategies to help in moving on to a fulfilling and happy life.
To contact your nearest branch call 1300 364 277
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