Senior Research Officer
Child & Family Evidence
Cat develops knowledge translation products for the Child Family Community Australia (CFCA) information exchange and contributes to a range of research projects on child and family wellbeing.
Cat’s skills and experience are in knowledge translation, evidence synthesis, content writing, facilitation and training across the areas of risk management, sociology and human rights. She has worked in government and not-for-profit organisations developing practice resources, stakeholder engagement and training programs to encourage evidence-based decision-making.
Master of Human Rights (University College London), Bachelor of Sociology (University of Leeds)
Peer support for parents of children with complex needs
This article summarises the evidence on peer support for parents of children with complex needs and considers the implications for practitioners.
Supporting young people experiencing disadvantage to secure…
This short article provides an evidence overview and strategies for supporting young people experiencing disadvantage and unemployment.
Family-inclusive approaches when working with young people…
This short article provides evidence on family-inclusive approaches when working with young people who are accessing mental health support.