New e-learning suite: Engaging children
To support children’s mental health in your work, Emerging Minds has created three new courses in the Engaging children e-learning suite. The suite features a range of practitioner interviews, practice demonstrations, reflective exercises, and parent reflections to assist your learning journey.
Reframing Children’s Mental Health - a communications toolkit
This toolkit, developed by the FrameWorks Institute and commissioned by the Emerging Minds: National Workforce Centre for Child Mental Health (NWC), is intended for child mental health experts and organisations who communicate about children’s mental health to assist in creating messages that resonate and inspire positive change.
Introducing our new e-learning course for practitioners: Using Aboriginal cultural knowledge systems to strengthen families' resilience
Our new one-hour online course will build your understanding of key historical considerations and cultural protective factors, and the importance of relationships when engaging with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families.
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