In this article Jamie Lee describes learnings from a Universal Mental Health Screening project at Relationships Australia (SA).
Mental health and illness
This article describes a workplace wellness project undertaken by Anglicare Sydney’s Shoalhaven Centre.
This article outlines findings from a recent report that examined the level of satisfaction that children have with their own body image.
With the changes in mental health policy that have taken place over previous decades, the majority of support for people with mental illness now falls to informal carers in the community, usually family.
Dr Cathy Kezelman, President of Adults Surviving Child Abuse (ASCA), discusses the experience of ASCA in developing resources to inform responses to complex trauma.
Brad Morgan describes the experience of COPMI, and developing resources and training for the professionals who work with them.
Australian research into FIFO work practices suggests this lifestyle has a range of effects on children and on family relationships.
Outlines interventions and services developed to address the therapeutic needs of CSA victims.
Puberty has long been recognised as a transition point in which many emotional and behavioural problems emerge. These include depression and anxiety, substance use and abuse, self-harm and eating disorders.
This paper reviews recent Australian and international research on the long-term effects of child sexual abuse