Jamie Lee describes how a highly targeted psycho-educational "nudge" at the start of mediation can help parents work out what's best for their kids.
Divorce and separation
In this article Jamie Lee describes learnings from a Universal Mental Health Screening project at Relationships Australia (SA).
This webinar highlighted findings and discussed the implications of recent research projects into family violence and fathering.
Sharing the care of children after separation: Thinking beyond “custody and access” or “residence and contact”
Professor Lawrie Moloney writes about what works in shared parenting arrangements after separation or divorce.
This paper aims to provide non-legal professionals in the family law sector with a general outline of the relevant reforms
Professor Lawrie Moloney writes about parenting and parental absence after separation.
Changes occurring in family life over the last few decades, such as the progressive increase in the number of mothers in the workforce, have changed the way Australian families function.
Keeping Kids in Mind (KKIM) is a service offering support for separating parents with children of any age.
Dr Jennifer McIntosh outlines a risk-screening tool that assists separating parents and professionals to detect and evaluate well-being and risks.
Financial support after separation can affect children’s wellbeing across a range of areas, and negotiation of financial arrangements is one of the key tasks for many parents in the post-separation period.