This special event brings together three internationally acclaimed family violence and child development researchers, Professor Jennifer McIntosh (Deakin University), Professor Amy Holtzworth-Munroe (Indiana University), and Professor Louise Newman (University of Melbourne).
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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
Chronic pain sufferers are getting a double whammy of distress from poor health and strained relationships, a counselling conference has heard this weekend.
Relationships Australia South Australia is delighted to be hosting Professor Amy Holtzworth-Munroe (Indiana University), Dr Troy McEwan (Swinburne University) and Dr Jamie Lee at a public forum 18 July 2016, Focus on Family Safety: Risk Management in Practice. Continue Reading
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
Research studies, several peak bodies and our own practice wisdom tell us the same thing: we as service providers need to screen families for many risks when they use our services.
Relationships Australia has a website, www.humankind-relationships.com.au that supports people living with chronic illness and their loved ones to achieve positive and respectful relationships. Humankind provides relationship information, support and resources appropriate for people living with a chronic illness, their loved ones and for practitioners working with clients living with chronic illness.
The Relationships Australia SA Elder Relationship Services is a new counselling and mediation service to support families who need help negotiating complex issues related to ageing. The service will be run as a twelve month trial from 1 January 2016.
This is a special report that goes to the core of what is important to us.
Exploring and Energising Public Health Responses to Gambling Related Harm in South Australia at a seminar on November 24.