Child-inclusive divorce mediation is growing rapidly throughoutAustralia, and its practice now affords a critical mass of experienceupon which to reflect. The notes in this section outline some currentconcerns, together with advances in the clinical application of childinclusive mediation processes that are emerging through the secondauthor’s extensive experiences in training and supervision. A recentcase conducted by the first author in the role of child consultant isdescribed and commented upon. It illustrates the application of ahighly responsive approach to the process of mediation, includingthe handling of violence disclosure by the child.
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