We believe in the transformative power of relationships and support respectful discussion about marriage equality and sexual diversity.
Family safety can only come from rethinking the whole child protection system, a symposium has been told in Adelaide this morning.
Don’t just screen –respond.
Our Student Training Clinic is back! The Clinic offers 4 free fortnightly counselling sessions conducted by our student counsellors in their final stages of training at our training division, the Australian Institute of Social Relations. Continue Reading
The annual Australian Association of Family Therapy (AAFT) Conference is shaping up to be one that is not to be missed. Held in Adelaide on 19-20 October, this year’s theme is Family therapy and social justice – Collapsing the divisions of inequality. Continue Reading
I was made redundant last year (aged 50) and have just started to receive the Newstart allowance. Read on…
I am almost certain my husband is having an affair and I suspect it has been going on for some time. Read on…
Thirteen RASA staff will hear the latest innovations and discoveries in child trauma this week. The Childhood Trauma conference, which opens today in Melbourne, brings international speakers for workshops, presentations and panel sessions. Continue Reading
Positioned as a one to one support service offered by PEACE Multicultural Services, Happy Chappy One Plus One encourages gay and same sex attracted men from culturally diverse backgrounds (like international students and migrants) to explore their challenges through a relaxing coffee or bubble tea chat with support worker Ben. Continue Reading
For each one of us, respect looks and feels different. Despite this, we know when things aren’t right. Jenni from Respect Me, writes “for a relationship to be respectful both partners need to be equal, feel safe, valued and accepted for who they are.” This is not always easy and for most couples, creating a respectful relationship takes effort and is an ongoing commitment.