Relationship Indicators 2022. Relationships Australia is pleased to announce the release of Relationship Indicators 2022. The Relationship Indicators project is a nationally representative survey into the state of relationships in Australia. November 15, 2022. 4pm – 5pm (AEDT)
NMAS Mediator and Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner
More about Julia Barling
Julia Barling is a NMAS Mediator and FDR Practitioner. She spent 18 years practising as a lawyer before establishing Barling Mediation, based in Warrnambool in South West Victoria.
Barling Mediation delivers in person mediations across Western Victoria and SE South Australia. She also facilitates zoom mediations in all states across Australia (except WA).
She facilitates mediations in family disputes relating to children’s issues and property settlements, workplace disputes and commercial disputes.
Julia is committed to helping people resolve disputes outside of Court.
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Contact and Location
Service Delivery Areas:
In person across Western Victoria and SE South Australia.
Zoom mediations in all states across Australia (except WA).
- Bachelor of Laws (Hons) – Bond University
- Graduate Diploma of Family Dispute Resolution – Mediation Institute
- Registered Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner
- Nationally Accredited Mediator – NMAS
Socials and Web
Integrity Matters. Please join us for a lunchtime conversation hour with the leaders of Victoria’s Integrity Agencies: IBAC Commissioner, The Honourable Robert Redlich AM, KC, Victorian Ombudsman Deborah Glass and
The Victorian Auditor General, Andrew Greaves. With the focus on integrity, and why it matters, this conversation hour will include topics such as public sector governance, conflicts of interest, procurement and what constitutes corruption.
How to support clients exposed to technology-facilitated coercive control. December 7 2022, 1:00PM – 2:00PM (AEDT). Presenters: Presenters: Dr Evita March, Niamh O’Connor and Kristen Poel. Facilitated by Dr Jasmine B. MacDonald. Victim-survivors of domestic and family violence commonly experience a combination of technology-facilitated and in-person physical, sexual and/or financial abuse. Technology provides a way to extend the perpetrator’s ability to monitor and maintain surveillance of the victim-survivor.