Family Law Implications on Clinical Practice – Polly Richardson Presents – Family Law for Psychologists
Family Law for Psychologists and Impact of NDIS (National Disability Insurance Scheme) on CHQHHS (Children’s Health Queensland Hospital and Health Services) was the theme of this year’s CHQHHS Annual Psychology Event that took place last Tuesday, 7th November 2017 at the Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital.
Ms Polly Richardson, Associate, from Michael Lynch Family Lawyers, was one of the presenters and participants of this important discussion.
Polly discussed a range of issues in relation to family law and their implications on clinical practice.
“Parenting arrangements, domestic violence and orders for medical treatment of children are sensitive matters and require consideration from all relevant professionals, including family law specialists,” noted Mr Richardson.
“It is important to continue to increase awareness and offer practical advice on each of these matters for the professionals working in the area of family relationships.”
Applications for ‘Special Medical Treatment’ for the Treatment of Gender Dysphoria was another important topic covered by Polly, in addition to the above.
The event was chaired by Josie Sorban, Director of Psychology Children’s Health Queensland Hospital and Health Service, and was held in conjunction with Australian Psychological Society’s Psychology Week, which will run from 12th to 18th November 2017.
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