Research into the unique needs and interests of children in the light of parental separation has provided the impetus for many family law mediation practices to include children's voices in divorce mediation. This chapter describes a model of child-inclusive practice in family law mediation (McIntosh, 1998) and its pilot implementation in two diverse Australian contexts. Encouraging findings from the first group of families to work through the model are presented, indicating both anticipated and unanticipated gains for both children and parents.
Journal currently titled (2001-): Conflict Resolution Quarterly
Field of Research
170106 Health, Clinical and Counselling Psychology 1605 Policy And Administration 1606 Political Science
Socio Economic Objective
920599 Specific Population Health (excl. Indigenous Health) not elsewhere classified
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