This webinar will explore how to engage with families experiencing alcohol-related harm and explore what a harm-minimisation approach is.
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This webinar will explore what infant mental health is and how practitioners can support infant mental health and wellbeing.
Past webinars: Watch videos, find resources, join the discussion
This webinar explored practitioners’ child-centred work with separating parents to support the child’s wellbeing and parent–child relationship.
This webinar explored what ‘stability’ means in out-of-home care and offered strategies for achieving positive outcomes for children and carers.
This webinar explored how changing the way we talk and think about early childhood can promote child safety, development and wellbeing.
This webinar explored how practitioners can develop their understanding of complex trauma to effectively support infants and children.
This webinar explored how a capabilities approach can help young people navigate housing stress and other challenges.
This webinar explored how services can support women to describe the impacts of coercive control and respond to their partner’s behaviours.
This webinar explored the value of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and non-Indigenous services working together to support families.
This webinar explored the social model of disability, how it relates to children’s mental health and considerations for working with children and families.
This webinar presented the research on LGBTIQA+ young people’s social and emotional wellbeing and how professionals can better understand, engage and respond to their needs.
This webinar explored how professionals can engage with multicultural communities to better understand and respond to their needs.