Healing through voice, culture and Country: Stories from community addressing family violence
This documentary tells the living story of Family Domestic Violence (FDV) in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families and showcases the work of film makers, dancers, musicians and artists from across Australia. It aims to help practitioners work with parents where FDV is present.
New e-learning suite: Supporting children in early learning, primary and secondary school following a disaster or community trauma
Emerging Minds has teamed up with Beyond Blue, Be You, to develop three new courses which offer a practical framework and tips for supporting children and young people in the immediate aftermath, short and long-term following a traumatic event – as well as preparedness skills and knowledge educators can use in their daily practice and programs.
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.
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at Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre
Satellite Foundation Satellite SlamSatellite Foundation
at Our Community House, Wurundjeri Country, 552 Victoria Street, North Melbourne, VIC 3051