This short article explores opportunities to build workforce capacity to better support the mental health of parents of children with a disability.
What is infant and child mental health and why is it important for all practitioners to think about it?
This webinar examined Emerging Minds’ work, focusing on how practitioners and services can develop consistent and engaging child-focused practice.
This resource sheet provides a summary of findings from a survey exploring how professionals in the youth and family sector use digital technology.
We highlight some of the key findings of a recent report that examined the mental health of child protection practitioners in Victoria.
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.
Violence against child protection workers has negative effects on their health and wellbeing, but more research is needed to understand its impacts.
Cathie Valentine discusses the need for collaboration between researchers and practitioners to help overcome complex problems affecting families.
A reflective practice resource and toolkit for services providing support for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families.
Zoe Upson discusses how Amity Health supports its staff to deliver and evaluate community programs, despite not having a dedicated research team.
The Smith Family’s Wendy Field discusses the tensions between implementing evidence-based programs and responding to local and complex needs.