Working with parents and children affected by intergenerational disadvantage webinar
Emerging Minds and Mental Health Professionals' Network (MHPN), Australia, 2018
This webinar features a facilitated interdisciplinary panel discussion of a case study. The panel comprises of Dr. Nick Kowalenko (psychiatrist), Chris Dolman (social worker), Nicola Palfrey is a clinical (psychologist), and is facilitated by Dan Moss, the Workforce Development Manager for Emerging Minds. It is recommended that the case study is read before watching the webinar.
Through an exploration of intergenerational disadvantage, the webinar will provide participants with the opportunity to:
- recognise risk factors and early intervention opportunities for children affected by intergenerational disadvantage
- outline strategies to engage parents in ways that are both child-focused and respectful to improve child mental health
- identify ways to have positive conversations with parents and children about children’s mental health.
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Can we detect mental health risk at school entry?Melissa J GreenThis article presents a summary of the findings reported in 'Latent profiles of early developmental vulnerabilities in a NSW child cohort at age 5 years' (2018) and 'Early developmental risk for subsequent childhood mental disorders in an Australian population cohort' (2018).
Engaging with children and parents with complex needs – a systems approach webinarEmerging Minds and Mental Health Professionals' Network (MHPN)The webinar featured a facilitated interdisciplinary panel discussion of a case study. The panel comprised of Dr Jamie Lee (Psychologist) and Professor Leonie Segal (Psychiatrist). Dan Moss, Emerging Minds’ Workforce Development Manager facilitated the discussion.
March 2019 research highlightsVariousThis March research summary provides a selection of recently released papers, systematic reviews, and meta-analyses related to infant and child mental health.Each article is accompanied by a brief synopsis that highlights the key messages of the paper. Links to abstracts, full-text articles and related resources, where available, are provided.