Far North Queensland

FNQ FLPN is Cairns based. FLPN has been formed to bring legal & non-legal professionals closer together, to improve outcomes for separated families. FNQ FLPN holds:

Annual Networking Breakfast to introduce legal & non-legal practitioners to each other.

Weekly program titled ‘At Your Service’ on Cairns Community Radio, FM89.1, Fridays, 9 – 10am, hosted by Mike Friganiotis who interviews relevant organisations which provide legal and non-legal services to the community.

Fortnightly email publication “Cairns & region educational, social, cultural, activity and entertainment update” informing the community of events in the area.

Workshops and seminars on topics of interest to the FLPN community.

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Contact Details

Gold Coast Regions

Project Officer: Mike Friganiotis

mfriganiotis@raq.org.au

07 4052 7900

125 Grafton Street, Cairns QLD 4870

  • North (of Cooktown)
  • South (of Cooktown)
  • Coming Soon
  • Workshop: Leading out of Drama with Dr. Calum Campbell

    17 June, 2022, 8.30am – 4pm, Cairns Regional Council Civic Reception Room

    Welcome to the full-day workshop!  Some information for you….

    The workshop: Leading Out of Drama is a behaviour-based model that teaches how to use conflict to create rather than destroy. This interactive workshop equips you with skills to transform the energy of conflict into meaningful contribution, every day, in every interaction, for powerful personal and professional development. Built on the principles of Compassionate Accountability, LOD helps you transform the energy of conflict into meaningful contribution – every day and in every interaction. Using the skills taught in LOD, you’ll confront conflict head on and experience the immeasurable benefits of effective communication.

    CONFLICT AND YOU: THE BASICS OF COMPASSIONATE ACCOUNTABILITY – Learn and practice the fundamentals of Compassionate Accountability, recognize drama, understand cultures of gossip and sabotage, and learn how to healthily handle conflict. The workshop includes a personal Drama Resilience Assessment, which is required to be completed online prior to the course, and all training materials. Benefits include – Enhanced ability to communicate with others. Ability to rapidly diffuse drama into positive engagement and outcomes. Strengthening our interpersonal boundaries leading to personal empowerment and resilience. (The concepts are presented in an approachable way so participants can leave with a practical skill-set in managing negative conflict both within themselves and with others.)

    The Presenter: Calum Campbell graduated from the University of Adelaide Medical School in 1997. He worked in many different medical fields before pursuing psychiatry training in 2004. He has specialised as a Child/ Adolescent Psychiatrist, and has worked across public and private domains on the Sunshine Coast, QLD since 2014. He has an interest in promoting positive, resilient and adaptable mindsets in people of all ages; with goals of enhancing wellbeing, and mental illness prevention. The need for personal and organisational strategies to strengthen relationships and wellbeing has never been more evident. Calum has sought-out practical and readily-applicable methodologies to pursue these goals, as has become a qualified Leading out of Drama® (LOD) trainer & Process Communication Model (PCM) Trainer.

    For a registration form, contact Mike Friganiotis at mfriganiotis@raq.org.au