Introducing our latest e-learning course for practitioners: Intergenerational mental health
Our new online course supports practitioners to apply an 'intergenerational lens' to their work and help parents examine the historical factors that shape their own parenting, to positively impact the parent–child relationship, children’s mental health and future outcomes.
New e-learning course: Understanding child mental health and disability
Learn to see the ‘ability’ in disability in this short e-learning course. You’ll hear from kids and families living with disability about the things that make them happy, the different ways in which they communicate, and the things you can do to support their mental health and wellbeing.
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We are conducting a national child mental health survey to understand the current awareness and practice challenges facing professionals in supporting children’s mental health. Your response has the potential to shape future workforce development initiatives to ultimately help child and family social and emotional wellbeing in Australia.
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