This webinar will identify the skills and knowledge that practitioners need in order to have child-focused conversations with adults affected by FDV.
Webinars and seminars
Our webinars and seminars feature well-known speakers with expertise in contemporary family research issues.
Child Family Community Australia (CFCA) also hold regular events throughout the year. For more information see CFCA Events .
This webinar demonstrated how a needs assessment can inform program planning, as well as contribute to community building outcomes.
This webinar discussed recent research on the social and economic benefits of extending care to young people transitioning to adulthood.
In this seminar international guest speaker Dr Lisa Calderwood will share findings from the UK's Millennium Cohort Study (MCS).
Intimate partner violence in Australian refugee and immigrant communities: Culturally safe strategies for practice
This webinar focused on what works to meet the needs of women from refugee and immigrant backgrounds who experience intimate partner violence.
Building resilience and wellbeing in the early years: Coping strategies for parents and children from CALD backgrounds
This webinar discussed an approach to building coping strategies for parents and young children, with a focus on families from CALD backgrounds.
This webinar explored how practitioners can support child mental health by sharing information and effectively engaging with parents.
This webinar discussed practices that can contribute to practitioners creating genuine partnerships with children and their families.
Working with young people from refugee and migrant backgrounds: Applying the National Youth Settlement Framework in mainstream services
This webinar discussed recent developments with the National Youth Settlement Framework and how it can be applied to mainstream youth services.
‘Troubled families’ or a ‘troubling policy’? Lessons to be learnt from the UK's Troubled Families Programme
In this seminar Dr Stephen Crossley will highlight lessons that can be learned from the UK government's Trouble Families Programme.