This webinar will discuss how practitioners can engage with fathers who use domestic and family violence.
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This webinar gives a guaranteed, easy-to-understand "nuts and bolts" overview of evaluation.
After the Intervention: The ongoing challenge of ensuring the safety and wellbeing of vulnerable children in the Northern Territory
This webinar explored some of the issues and challenges relating to the safety and wellbeing of Aboriginal children in the Northern Territory.
This webinar examined learnings from the Coordinated Family Dispute Resolution pilot, applied in parenting cases with a history of family violence.
The Australian Early Development Index (AEDI): Results over time, and the work of the Fraser Mustard Centre
This webinar discussed changes in AEDI results over the last three years, and described the work of the newly-established Fraser Mustard Centre.
This webinar explored the influence of social science research in shaping family law policy, and its place in law implementation and decision-making.
Longer-term impact of child sexual abuse indicates that some victim/survivors may experience a range of negative consequences for mental health.
This webinar described how The Benevolent Society applies the Resilience Practice Framework to their intensive family support programs.
This webinar explored the role of the Children's Court of Victoria in determining the lawfulness of state intervention in child protection matters.
The confidentiality provisions in the Family Law Act raise a number of challenging issues for Family Counselling practitioners (Section 10C).
This webinar explored Australian and international family leave policy and father-infant attachment.