A recent report from Women's Health Victoria brought together research and promising practice to explore the health and wellbeing of young women.
Mental health and illness
Developmental differences in children who have experienced adversity: Emerging evidence and implications for practice
This webinar outlined emerging evidence on the impact of early adversity on children’s development and discussed implications for practice.
Introducing the National Workforce Centre for Child Mental Health: A focus for all health and welfare practitioners
The National Workforce Centre for Child Mental Health aims to build workforce capacity to better support children at risk of mental health conditions.
We highlight some of the changing trends in workforce participation and home ownership that impact on Australia’s wellbeing.
This article examines the role of homelessness in the link between child maltreatment and youth offending.
This article reflects on research that revealed parents didn’t always know how adolescents were feeling, and considers implications for practice.
This article explores the high rates of smoking, alcohol consumption, and other risky behaviours among children and adolescents with mental disorders.
Tanya Ward argues that healthy and supportive relationships are often central to recovery from trauma.
The article describes how young people with mental disorders are accessing services, and highlights areas of unmet need.
This webinar outlined ways that practitioners can support healing and recovery in families affected by parental mental illness.