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Emerging Minds, Australia
This planner can help you to identify your own personal signs of stress and plan strategies that may help you to manage your own stress and emotions.
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Working with separating parents to support children’s wellbeing: What can we learn from evidence-based programs?Emerging Minds and AIFSOne of the most effective ways to safeguard children’s wellbeing post-separation is to support their parents in the process. This resource provides information on working with separating parents to support their children’s wellbeing.
Child-focused practice in social work: Beginning the naming journey when family and domestic violence is presentDan Moss, Mia Mandara and Sarah WendtFlinders Social Work Innovation Research Living Space (SWIRLS) conducted a literature review which highlighted the need for specific child-focused skills for engagement with parents affected by FDV as part of undergraduate social work teaching. This follows contemporary research highlighting the prevalence of parents and children who are affected by violence presenting to generalist services. This paper is the first in a series co-authored by Emerging Minds: National Workforce Centre for Child Mental Health and SWIRLS, examining social work skills, understandings and competencies crucial for child-focused conversations with parents affected by FDV.
Highlights in Child Mental Health Research: January 2021VariousThis January research summary provides a selection of recently released papers, systematic reviews, and meta-analyses related to infant and child mental health. Each summary includes an introductory overview of the content for that month, followed by a list of selected articles. Each article is accompanied by a brief synopsis which presents the key messages and highlights. Links to abstracts, full-text articles and related resources, where available, are provided.