It is often the case that in matters where there are concerns raised about substance abuse, mental health issues, domestic or family violence, lack of parenting skills, and poor communication that the Court may recommend one or both parents complete various parenting courses.  The most common courses are the Mums & Dads Forever Course and the Triple P Parenting Course.

These courses are aimed at improving communication and therefore parent’s ability to co-parent effectively as well as providing parents with skills to parent their children through what can often be very difficult times.

Below are some links to various courses and websites that can provide information, education and support during separation.

Mums & Dads Forever: https://www.anglicarewa.org.au/get-help/relationships-and-separation/mums-and-dads-forever-program
Legal Aid Western Australia: https://www.legalaid.wa.gov.au/resources/when-separating
Family Court of Western Australia: https://www.familycourt.wa.gov.au
Family Court of Western Australia (Brochures): https://www.familycourt.wa.gov.au/_apps/doclist/doclist.aspx?brochures
Anglicare WA: https://www.anglicarewa.org.au
Relationships Australia: https://www.relationships.org.au
Ngala: https://www.ngala.com.au
Beyond Blue: https://www.beyondblue.org.au
1800Respect: https://www.1800respect.org.au
Triple P (Positive Parenting Program): https://www.triplep-parenting.net.au/au-uken/find-help/triple-p-online/

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Leah Keegan has been working almost exclusively in the area of
Family Law since 2008, firstly as a paralegal and then as a lawyer
following her admission in 2013.

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