This webinar focused on the evidence for the effectiveness of counselling and psychotherapy, and the factors that contribute to its success.
This paper defines and clarifies what trauma-informed service delivery means in the context of child and family welfare services in Australia
This webinar addressed some of the challenges of implementing evidence-based programs within diverse community settings and client groups.
Elly Robinson writes about telling the “story” of a program, for those working on provisionally assessed programs for the Expert Panel Project.
A snapshot of empowerment evaluation, a model that aims to create a sense of ownership to ensure program outcomes are beneficial for participants
A snapshot of participatory action research, an approach that views the participant as an equal partner with the researcher
Moving beyond theory to the "nuts and bolts" of implementation: Update on Mercy Community Services' DMERTTS Framework
Developing a framework to support implementation fidelity has been a decade-long journey, writes Stewart Redshaw.
Elly Robinson outlines five tasks to help managers foster sustainability in the family support sector.
Realising Ambition aims to help young people avoid re-offending by promoting a strong, replicable evidence-base, and sharing the project findings.
Tymur Hussein describes the value of reflective practice in his work with adolescents.