Supporting Trans and Gender Diverse Clients

Supporting Trans and Gender Diverse Clients

WA Family Law Pathways Network is pleased to present these workshops in Perth and Bunbury with Kai Schweizer to gain a better understanding of gender identities, learn about trans rights and WA legislation, and gain practical skills for working with trans and gender diverse individuals.

LGBTIQA+ individuals in Western Australia face unique challenges when accessing family law, separation and post-separation support services. It is vital for lawyers, judicial officers, social workers, counsellors, psychologists, health professionals and support staff to have the requisite knowledge and skills to provide safe, appropriate and effective services to trans and gender diverse clients.



WHENTuesday, 23 July 2019 
9:00AM – 12:00PM
WHERESeminar Room 3 
Technology Park Function Centre
2 Brodie Hall Drive, Bentley WA 6102
Register for the Perth workshop here


WHENThursday, 25 July 2019 
9:00AM – 12:00PM
WHERELeschenault Room
Quality Hotel Lighthouse
Carey Street, Bunbury WA 6230
Register for the Bunbury workshop here


Legal CPD points available.

Should you have any queries or require any further information please do not hesitate to contact Kristen at or (08) 6164 0380.

Kai SchweizerWorkshop Facilitator

Kai Schweizer is a trans and gender diverse health specialist and freelance professional development provider. He has provided LGBTIQA+ inclusion training to countless organisations around Australia. In early 2019, he was nominated for Yong Australian of the Year for this work. He has a vast public health portfolio that spans homelessness, youth, mental health, sexual health, and LGBTIQA+ wellbeing. Kai is also Co-Founder of the Youth Pride Work, WA’s only LGBTIQA+ youth advocacy group. He is an advisor to the Law Reform Commission and holds casual roles at Bentley Hospital, Shelter WA, the Youth Affairs Council of WA, and the National LGBTI Health Alliance.