About Claire - short bio


Claire Naidu is the relationship mentor for the soul living in the modern world who wants to enjoy life, follow their passion and experience great relationships.

She helps people clear up, clean out, restore and reinvigorate relationships to live the life they desire.

She brings traditional western understanding including three university degrees, together with studies and practices in mindfulness, relational intelligence and reconciliation.

Her consulting allows her to work with individuals, couples, teams, and groups with releasing relationship blocks and experience relationships they desire. Her mediation sees her working with people desiring to end the conflict and harmonising their priorities. Her legal allows her to work with her clients and wrap up the gift of agreement.

Her work has helped people activate solutions and resolution and experience more peaceful and passion-filled lives.

She loves being outside in the sun with her husband, three children & border collie dog. She lives in the capital of Australia, Canberra, Ngunnawal and Ngambri lands.

Find her at...

www.clairenaidu.com.au

Instagram: @clairenaiduandco

Facebook: @clairenaiduco 

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About Claire - long bio


Claire Naidu

Couples Separation Guide
Mediator
Lawyer
Relationship Mentor
Resolution Practitioner
Coach
Arbitrator
FDRP
Accredited Family Law Specialist
Conflict Resolution Coach
Mindfulness Practitioner
Contact Details

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Education
  • Master of Laws (LLM)
  • Bachelor of Laws (LLB)
  • Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting and Management) (B Com)
  • Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice (Grad Dip Legal Practice)
  • Mediation Accreditation
  • Arbitration Accreditation
  • Family Law Accredited Specialist
  • Independent Childrens Lawyer (ICL)/Child Representative Training
  • Conflict Coach Training
  • Collaborative Law Training
  • Family Violence Cross Examination Training
  • Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner Training
  • Property Pilot Mediation Training
  • Early Intervention Mediation Training
  • Litigation Intervention Mediation Training
  • Feminine & Masculine Energetics
  • Leadership
  • Coaching
  • Mentoring
  • Relational Intelligence & Attunement (Thomas Hübl)
  • Reconciliation (Thich Nhat Hanh PV)
Admissions
& Registers
  • High Court of Australia
  • Supreme Court of New South Wales
  • Supreme Court of the Australian Capital Territory
  • Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner Register
  • National Accreditation for Mediation
  • Independent Children's Lawyer/Advocate


Claire at the heart of Claire Naidu & Co. She is passionate about harmony and happiness in life and relationships. She work with clients with relationships, resolution and developing personally.

She loves activating solutions with clients and seeing her clients experience more of what they desire in their lives and relationships.

Claire is a Lawyer, Mediator and Couples Separation Guide.  Claire works with individuals, couples, teams, and groups.

Claire Naidu is trained in collaboration, coaching, mediation, negotiation, conflict resolution, law, mentoring and conflict management (CINERGY™️). Conflict Management Coaching integrates neuroscience principles with conflict management and coaching theory and practice). Claire has a background in dispute resolution and law including completing a Master of Laws majoring in dispute resolution and Bachelor of Laws including international dispute resolution. She also has a bachelor of commerce and majored in accounting and management.  She has completed mindfulness, relationships and reconciliation training through Thich Nhat Hanh's centre and relational intelligence through the the art of attunement with Thomas Hübl.

Claire brings her decades training and experience along with her considered approach. She works with indviduals, couples, teams, professionals, families and groups.

Bringing with her a background in law, mediation, resolution, mindfulness and reconciliation, she is innately skilled in gaining clarity and working with her clients to reshape complexity in a way such that the path forward becomes clearer.

Claire has assisted thousands of clients and she has strengths in listening, analysis, and compassion.  Claire provides services as a Separation Coach, Resolution Practitioner, Conflict Coach, Collaboration Coach, Dispute Resolution Practitioner, Lawyer and Mediator. She has trained in mindfulness, reconciliation, mentoring, attunement, coaching, collaboration and more. She empowers presence in the now and clarity about the future.

Her peers, colleagues and clients know about Claire's  discernment of key issues,  ability to translate complex issues, and transforming conflict,  limitations, and problems.

Claire has mentored families, practitioners, mediators, and professionals. She is curious about how things can be better and she shares her insight, wisdom and clarity.

 In 2013, Claire Naidu won the ACT Young Business Woman of the Year and her business, Claire Naidu & Co, was awarded the 3rd Best Firm in Australian in 2014.  She has also been a Telstra Business Awards Finalist.

She has completed four Coach programs including Conflict Resolution Coaching by Cinnie Noble and the Collaborative Coach. She has completed two Mentor programs.  She has also completed a training on Reconciliation through Thich Nhat Hanh's training centre, and relational intelligence and attunement through Thomas Hübl.

Claire has been awarded a Master of Laws majoring in Dispute Resolution. In addition to the Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Laws at the Australian National University, she also completed a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice through the College of Law.  She has completed Mediation training through the Bond University and is a mediator and also an accredited Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner (FDRP), registered with the Attorney-General's Department. She is also an Arbitrator recognised by the Australian Institute of Family Law Arbitrators and Mediators (AIFLAM).

While undertaking studies in Geneva, Switzerland, Claire wrote a legal paper on Internally Displaced Persons in times of state based internal conflict.

Claire served on the Australian Institute of Family Law Arbitrators and Mediators (AIFLAM) and was Chair of the Members Services Committee.  She is a member of the Resolution Institute and she serves on the ACT Law Society Dispute Resolution Committee. Claire is also a member of the ACT Collaborative Practice Group.

Professional Affiliations
  • Member, Alternative Dispute Resolution Committee, ACT Law Society
  • Member, Resolution Institute (RI)
  • Member, Collaborative Practice Group
  • Member, ACT Law Society
  • Member, Australian Institute of Family Law Arbitrators and Mediators (AIFLAM)
  • Member, Family Law Section (FLS) of the Law Council of Australia

Court rolls/Admission/Accreditation

  • High Court of Australia
  • Supreme Court of New South Wales
  • Supreme Court of the Australian Capital Territory
  • Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner Register
  • National Accreditation for Mediation
  • Arbitrator
Reported Judgments
News
Community Involvement /  Contribution (current and prior)
  • Assistant to the Legal Counsel for Special Olympics (2004-2006)
  • Provision of pro bono advice through the Salvation Army
  • Provision advice through the ACT Law Society legal Advice Bureau
  • Contribution to the Boundless Canberra – the Children’s Playground Project
  • Contribution to Marymead
  • Contribution to Sids & Kids
  • Contribution to Communities @ Work
  • Panel of Mediators for the Legal Aid Office
  • Panel of Mediators for the Australian Capital Territory's Magistrates Court
Outside of work

Claire loves walking with her Border Collie dog and spending time in the fresh air and out in nature. She loves the mountains, oceans, rivers and lakes.

She loves spending time with her husband, children, family and friends.  When she has a moment, she also loves reading.

She played for the Gungahlin Eagles Rugby Union Womens first XV's team and Gungahlin United Football Club (GUFC). Currently she is playing for GUFC in the ACT state league competition.

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