This short article reviews research on whether time-out is an appropriate and effective discipline strategy for children with trauma histories.
Trauma, grief and loss
This report presents findings from a research evaluation of a one-year program run by NAPCAN in the Northern Territory.
Feedback is invited on draft guidelines for trauma-aware education policy and programs.
This short article discusses the Berry Street Education Model’s approach to assisting trauma-affected students.
Intimate partner violence in Australian refugee communities: Scoping review of issues and service responses
This paper looks at intimate partner violence in Australian refugee communities, and how service providers can provide appropriate support.
This short article provides a summary of the National Apology to Victims and Survivors of Institutional Child Sexual Abuse delivered in October 2018.
This short article highlights the importance of giving children a voice after cases of intimate partner homicide to better respond to their needs.
We compiled recent resources and short articles that explore the intersection between the child protection and youth justice systems in Australia.
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.
Self-determination and healing for intergenerational trauma were major themes of the SNAICC Conference held in Canberra, 12-14 September 2017.