E-mental health can provide an appropriate and cost-effective way to increase the number of people accessing help for problem gambling.
Early intervention and prevention programs
Recent research has shown that postnatal mental health problems can be reduced through participation in the WWWT! program.
This webinar told the story of two organisations that worked in partnership to establish good practice in evaluating service delivery.
What does the public health approach to preventing child maltreatment involve? What are its strengths and limitations?
Defines the types of supported playgroups in operation in Australia, and assesses the evidence for their benefits for parents and children.
We recently spoke with Professor Sue Dyson about respectful relationships education, and its role in preventing domestic and family violence.
This paper reviews the evidence for the effectiveness of counselling and psychotherapy, and outlines the factors that contribute to its success
This webinar addressed some of the challenges of implementing evidence-based programs within diverse community settings and client groups.
What factors influence children’s and young people’s health and wellbeing? How can prevention and intervention strategies assist more effectively?
A review of the research on the effectiveness of relationship education and counselling