The Family Reconciliation and Mediation Program (FRMP) provides brokerage funding which enables young people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness to access a range of therapeutic interventions. These interventions support young people on their journey towards:
Interventions are provided by suitably qualified private practitioners who are listed on the state-wide FRMP Private Practitioner Register.
We are seeking Expressions of Interest from the following practitioners to join our register:
To be included in the FRMP Private Practitioner Register, private practitioners are required to provide a current CV as well as proof of the following:
If you are interested and committed in providing professional services to young people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, we would love to hear from you.
Please download and complete the Expression of Interest Form for Private Practitioners, and forward to firstname.lastname@example.org along with all supporting documents.
Please note only scanned documents will be accepted.
||Acceptable Association||Minimum Level|
||AHPRA – Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency & Psychology Board of Australia
||ACA – Australian Counselling Association
|Psychotherapist||PACFA – Psychotherapy & Counselling Federation of Australia
||AAFT – The Australian Association of Family Therapy
||AMA – The Australian Mediation Association||Registered under the National Mediator Accreditation System
|Art Therapist||ANZACATA – The Australian, New Zealand & Asian Creative Arts Therapies Association
||AMTA – Australian Music Therapy Association
||Professional registration as a practicing member
|Mental Health Social Worker
||AMHSW – Australian Mental Health of Social Workers
||Accredited Mental Health Social Worker
|Occupational Therapist||AHPRA – Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency||Accredited Occupational Therapist|