This webinar will discuss how practitioners can engage with fathers who use domestic and family violence.
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This webinar described the role of technologies in young people’s lives, and how they might be used to support young people’s mental health.
This webinar described the effects of gambling in Indigenous communities, and discussed a health promotion framework to inform policy and practice.
How can we improve the implementation of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Child Placement Principle?
This webinar explored ways in which the implementation of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Child Placement Principle can be improved.
This webinar summarised research on the efficacy of couple therapy and relationship education, and discussed the implications for practice.
This webinar described notable developments and initiatives taking place internationally in the area of child legal representation.
This webinar drew upon recent work undertaken by MYAN to explore good practice when working with adolescents from refugee & migrant backgrounds
Practice based best evidence: What evidence base counts when evaluating good practice in program delivery?
This webinar reflected on the experiences of the FAST program in the NT to explore what counts as good practice in Indigenous community programs.
This webinar was for CfC Facilitating Partners, Community Partners & others who are implementing the 30% evidence based program requirement.
This webinar presented the evidence on "what works" to engage fathers, and described recent initiatives using digital technology with dads.
“Flying over the radar”: Changing practice to support children and families where a parent has a mental illness
This webinar described ways to foster systemic change in practice to improve outcomes for families where a parent has a mental illness.