Family Consultant

Australian Immigration – Family Consultant


While this occupation is in demand in Australia, it may not always appear on the Skilled Occupations List. When categorising occupations, the Department of Immigration and Border Protection use the Australia and New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations (ANZSCO) publication as the guide to job title, specialisation and skill requirement. This publication is not always reflective of the job titles and specialities in the market place. If you are unable to find your occupation on the Skilled Occupations List or the state/territory occupation lists then we recommend you look at the ANZSCO to see whether your occupation is listed under another name.

ANZSCO Code Search

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Keep up to date with frequent changes to Immigration Laws. If you are unsure whether your occupation falls into one of the occupations on the Skilled Occupations List or you have any visa question, we recommend you contact a Registered Migration Agent for assistance. We can help you connecting with one.

The following are possible options of living in Australia as a Family Consultant

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Finding a Job

Job Desciption:

– Conduct risk assessment
– Case management
– Mediation
– Counselling

Family consultants give attention to the protection and safety of children, family violence and related issues, working towards appropriate and safe parenting arrangements.

A recognised degree in social work or psychology with registration eligibility


-Sound risk assessment, case management, counselling/mediation
-Capacity to work with high conflict families and observation and assessment of children

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