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Domestic violence
Domestic Violence is a huge social problem which is currently receiving a lot of attention - so there are high chances counsellors and social workers will come across it in their work. But how confident are you in your skills to have a helpful conversation with a perpetrator of abuse? Do you feel you have the skills to have a helpful conversation with a victim of abuses? These workshops are suitable for counsellors, social workers, psychologists, case workers and students...
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Families
We are pleased to announce the introduction of three new parenting programs - Circle of Security Parenting, Tuning in to Kids and Tuning in to Teens. These evidence based, emotion focused parenting programs have been introduced to help parents make a positive difference to their child’s development and build emotional competence in their children...
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Mental Health Week 2014
Mental health refers to your overall well-being and state of mind. When you are mentally healthy you have a positive outlook and feel good about yourself. Mental Health Week runs from October 8 - 15 and is the ideal time to consider your mental and emotional health. This year the Western Australian Association for Mental Health is again using the Act-Belong-Commit message as the official theme, with a focus on suicide prevention...
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Strong Stepfamilies
ECU student Emma Couzens is researching the experiences of biological parents who are living in a step-family as part of her Bachelor of Arts (Psychology) Honours. If you are the biological parent to a child between 5 years and 12 years of age, you have lived in your current step-family for longer than one year, and you’d like to share your story...
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couple on beach
Murdoch University are running a survey on couples and relationship satisfaction to learn about how people in committed relationships interact. Interested? You can take part here... More