For parents and children, separation can elevate risks to well-being and safety. Asking the right questions is key to identifying risk patterns that require management. The Family Law DOORS (Detection Of Overall Risk) screens the well-being and safety of parents, children and infants. The three step process of DOORS assists family law practitioners to identify and evaluate risk patterns.
Relationships Australia (SA) has successfully incorporated the DOORS into its post-separation services. It is now a fully integrated component of Relationships Australia (SA) service delivery. Implementation of the DOORS and its use with thousands of clients serves as the foundation for this interactive one-day training.
The program will be delivered by Dr Claire Ralfs, Deputy CEO of Relationships Australia (SA). Participants will learn how to use DOORS in paper and software formats, and will evaluate case studies using the DOORS tools. Considerations and strategies for implementing the DOORS within different family law settings will also be explored.
The one day training session will address:
- The DOORS risk framework and the underpinning research
- Use of the Family Law DOORS software
- Implementation of DOORS in your firm, service or organisation.
Professionals may be able to use the training day towards your Continuing Professional Development units. Professionals should liaise with their relevant professional organisation about mandatory requirements.
Monday, 3 November 2014
8:30am – 5:00pm
Adelaide Convention Centre
Adelaide SA 5000
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