Join the Interact Support FDRP Panel

Are you a FDRP?

Interact Support provides family dispute resolution services to clients via video mediation and refers to independent FDRP’s on our panel. When the world returns to normal you may also choose to offer face to face services.  

If you are an accredited Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner accepting clients we invite you to apply to join our panel.

Referrals

If you are on the panel your details will be visible for clients to contact you directly or they may be referred to you as part of a selection of local mediators.

Help to grow your practice

Join in with other family dispute resolution practitioners, coaches and lawyers in a collaborative network of professionals.

Contract Work

Interact Support provides client services via video meeting technology. You may be considered for contract work if you are competent in Video Mediation.

How does the panel work?

Interact Support provides services online. If clients want face to face services (normally) we can refer them to accredited family dispute resolution practitioners who can assist them in their local area. This will open up again depending on the advice from the Chief Health Officer and local regulations regarding providing services face to face during to the COVID-19 Pandemic.
 
To be accepted on the panel we would ideally like that  you are confident with providing parenting and property family dispute resolution services. You can also indicate if you offer other services such as relationship mediation or legal services.

Is there a referral fee?

No. There is no referral or marketing fee to pay. The arrangement is a simple referral one.

We will provide you with a profile on the site, encourage clients to contact you directly or refer them through to you.

You will invoice them and look after them the same as any of your other clients.

What if I am a new Graduate?

Please be honest in your application regarding your experience.

We provide the opportunity to co-mediate if you are inexperienced or out of practice.

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