For advice and contribution, thanks to Morwynne Carlow, Dan Moss, Rebecca Armstrong, Carol Clarke, Angela Obradovic, Stephanie Purcell, Cathryn Hunter, Tony Gates, Sue Chapman, Claire Tarelli, Aerinn Morgan, Jeannette Stott, Chris Dolman, Courtney Schuurman, Derek McCormack, and Geneva Batten. Special thanks to Emerging Minds’ family partners who provided input into this paper.
Rhys Price-Robertson works at the Australian Institute of Family Studies as part of the Emerging Minds: National Workforce Centre for Child Mental Health. At the time of writing, Thy Meddick worked at the Emerging Minds: National Workforce Centre for Child Mental Health. Elise Parker works at The Salvation Army as part of the Logan Communities for Children Facilitating Partner program. Views expressed in this publication are those of the individual authors and may not reflect those of The Salvation Army, the Australian Institute of Family Studies or the Australian Government.
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