Conference presentations, papers, publications, webinars, films

View a comprehensive listing of conference presentations, submissions, papers, publications, webinars and films by Relationships Australia South Australia staff by selecting a year below.

2019-20

National Conferences and Seminar Presentations

Decrea, S. (September 2019). Aboriginal Family Group Conferencing: Old ways, new times. 8th SNAICC National Conference – Growing up with strong identity, culture and connection, 2-5 September 2019, Adelaide Convention Centre, Adelaide, South Australia.

Freytag, C. & Heidenreich, A. (2019, December). Putting money where our mouth is: a cost-benefit analysis of holistic and systemic gambling help. Paper presented at the 2019 Conference of National Association of Gambling Studies, Hobart, Tasmania.

Goodbourn, E., & Nelson-Smith, J., (2019, November). GOM Central and GOM City – Created with young care leavers, with young care leavers. Presentation at the 2019 CREATE Conference – Voices In Action, Melbourne, Victoria.

Heidenreich, A., Muir, S. & Chapman, M. (2019, September). Inside, outside and all around: Three perspectives on building evaluation capacity. Panel discussion at the 2019 Australasian Evaluation Society Conference, Sydney, New South Wales.

Lee, J., & McIntosh, J.E. (2019, December). e-screening for risks to family safety and wellbeing in Gambling Help Services with the Family Doors app. Paper presented at the 2019 Conference of National Association of Gambling Studies, Hobart, Tasmania.

Lee, J., & McIntosh, J.E. (2019, November). Universal risk screening in relationships counselling to enhance client engagement and promote safety and wellbeing. Paper presented at the 2019 Conference of Family Relationships Services Australia, Hunter Valley, New South Wales.

Lee, J., Gelekis, N., Tan, E & McIntosh, J.E. (September 2019). Record, rewind and pause: Supporting sensitive caregiving with homeless parents and infants. Paper presented at the 2019 Conference of Australian Association of Infant Mental Health, Adelaide, South Australia.

Leeuwenburg, V., & Lee, J. (2019, December). A five-year file review of gambling help services in the online betting age. Paper presented at the 2019 Conference of National Association of Gambling Studies, Hobart, Tasmania.

Markey, C. (August 2019). Victims of Crime Symposium – Panel member.

Mitchell, K., Downie, M., & Quitadamo, T., (September 2019). Right Way Partnerships: Nunga Mi:Minar and Relationships Australia South Australia. 8th SNAICC National Conference – Growing up with strong identity, culture and connection, 2-5 September 2019, Adelaide Convention Centre, Adelaide, South Australia.

Ralfs, C., Willmot, J., & Heidenreich, A. (2019, November). Evaluating cultural fitness. Paper presented at the 2019 Conference of Family Relationships Services Australia, Hunter Valley, New South Wales.

Roberts, K. (September 2019). Connecting into the Community with a New Baby [Poster]. 2019 National Conference – Australian Association Infant Mental Health, Adelaide South Australia.

Sri, L. (September 2019). Multi –Agency Collaboration Support for Families in Child Protection [Poster]. Presented with 10-minute discussion at 2019 National Conference of Australian Infant Mental Health, Adelaide, South Australia.

Webinars

Decrea, S. (2019). Emerging Minds [Webinar].

Wilmot J. (2019, July). Institutional child sexual abuse – Holistic intergenerational trauma informed practice [Webinar]. Australian Psychological Society.

Podcasts

Main, J. & Emerging Minds (Producer) (2019) Jonathon Main is interviewed about ‘Child-focused practice in adult-focused services. Adelaide. Accessed 5 November 2019
https://emergingminds.com.au/resources/podcast/child-focused-practice-in-adult-focused-services/ 

MurchM. & Emerging Minds (Producer) (2019) Monya Murch is is interviewed about ‘Gambling harm – what are the impacts of gambling and how does it affect parents and children’s mental health?’. Adelaide. Accessed 5 November 2019
https://emergingminds.com.au/resources/podcast/gambling-harm/

Films

Main, J. & Emerging Minds (Producer) (2019) Jonathon Main is interviewed about Implementing Child Focused Practice within an organisational setting. Adelaide.

2018-19

International Conferences

Ralfs, C. (2019, May). Screening, early interventions & coordinated support. Presentation at Sweden Parliamentary Seminar. Stockholm, Sweden.

Stott, J. (2019, June) Removing barriers and building bridges to address adolescent violence in the family. Presentation at New York University, International Association of Social Work in Group Therapy annual symposium, New York, USA.

National Conferences and Seminar Presentations

Braddock, R, Bull, J. (2018, September) MOOCopoly: A visual guide to creating engaging and successful Massive Open Online Courses. Poster presented at MoodleMoot 18, Brisbane, QLD, Australia.

Decrea, S. (2018, November) Leading from Behind. Reclaiming ‘Old Way’ for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Families. FRSA National Conference 2018, Cairns, QLD, Australia.

Decrea, S. (2018, November) New Way? How the Traditional Way is Same, Same But Different. National Family Group Conferencing Forum, An Aboriginal Perspective, Ballina, NSW, Australia.

Decrea, S. (2019, May). From multiple perspectives: common practice challenges – the perspective of practitioners. Panel member at the Working Better Together Online Conference. Retrieved from
https://www.mhpn.org.au/WebinarRecording/145/From-Multiple-Perspectives-Common-Practice-Challenges—The-Perspective-of-Practitioners?a=stream-3#.XSaQ4eQVCic

Flint, J., & Lee, J. (2018, December) Tick Tick or Tap Tap? E-screening for Family Safety Risks. Poster presented at the 2018 Annual Stop Domestic Violence Conference, Gold Coast, QLD, Australia.

Gangemi, M. (2018, August). Schizophrenia and Gambling Related Harm: The Need for Improved Prevention and Intervention. The MHS Conference 2018, Adelaide Convention Centre, Adelaide, SA, Australia.

Heidenreich, A., Lee, J., & McIntosh, J.E. (2018, July). Screened but not heard: The importance of bringing children’s voices into the room when parents present for non-parenting services. Poster presented at the Biennial Conference of the Australian Institute of Family Studies, Melbourne, Vic, Australia.

Herbig, J. (2019, June) Bricks and Mortar: A solid foundation, then corrosion turns “nuts and bolts” to rust. Presentation at the Child Inclusive Practice Forum, Darwin, Australia.

Kelly, M., & Lee, J. (2018, November) Over the barriers, onto the benefits: How practitioners changed their minds about universal screening. Paper presented at the Family Relationships Services Australia Annual Conference, Cairns, QLD, Australia.

Lee, J. (2018, July) Harnessing workhorses or herding cats? Collaborating across the Relationships Australia federation to research what matters most to families. Symposium presented at the Biennial Conference of the Australian Institute of Family Studies, Melbourne, Vic, Australia.

Lockwood, D. (2018, August) Meeting core mental health needs using a hands-on approach to neurodevelopment: Use of the First Touch Program with Infants to level-out mental health risk factors. The MHS Conference 2018, Adelaide Convention Centre, Adelaide, SA, Australia.

Lockwood, D. (2018, November) Cue Based Infant Massage – Attachment and Attunement Program Across Cultures and Communities. FRSA National Conference 2018, Cairns, QLD, Australia.

Main, J. (2018, December). Royal Commissions: RASA Experience in Providing Support. Council on the Ageing (SA) information session ‘Understanding the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety’, Adelaide, SA, Australia.

Ralfs, C. (2018, November). It takes a community to build a nest: How the service system can help. Get evidence off the shelf and into children’s lives. A joint forum presented by Healthy Development Adelaide and the Australian Research Alliance for Children and Youth (ARACY), Adelaide, SA, Australia.

Salih, N. & Goodbourn, E. (2018, November) Downloading the Skills for Independence, Co-designing a new web resource for young care leavers becoming independent, Presentation at FRSA National Conference 2018, Cairns, QLD, Australia.

Schultz, A. (2018, August) The intersection between gambling harm and homelessness. Homelessness Conference 2018 Sharing Solutions to end Homelessness. Don Dunstan Foundation, Adelaide Convention Centre, Adelaide, SA, Australia.

Stott, J. (2018, November) Integrated Model to address Elder Abuse, Presentation and paper at FRSA National Conference 2018, Cairns, QLD, Australia.

Stott, J. (2019, June) Sound Partnership House and Step Up for SA, Presentation at the International Association of Social Group Work Symposium, New York.

Tully, D., Moss D, Alford D. & Palfrey N (2018, November). Child-Focused Practices for Working with Fathers Who Use Violence, International Domestic Violence and Health Conference 2018, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

Williams, E. (2018, August). Supporting Prisoners living with a Blood Borne Virus. Paper presented at the 11th Australasian Viral Hepatitis Conference 2018, Adelaide, SA, Australia.

Webinars

Lee, J., Moss, D. & Siegel, L. (2019, April) Engaging with children and parents with complex needs – a systems approach [Webinar] In Mental Health Professional Network Series. Retrieved from
https://www.mhpn.org.au/resources/webinars

Main, J. (2018, September). Engaging with Parents and Infants in the First Thousand Days. Emerging Minds [National Webinar Series] (in partnership with Mental Health Professionals Network)
https://emergingminds.com.au/resources/engaging-with-parents-and-infants-in-the-first-thousand-days-webinar/

Tully, D. & Wendt, S. (2019, June) Child-focused approaches when working with parents affected by family and domestic violence [Webinar Series] Australian Institute of Family Studies
https://aifs.gov.au/cfca/events/child-focused-approaches-when-working-parents-affected-family-and-domestic-violence

Publications

Papers

Lockwood, D. (2018, August) Meeting core mental health needs using a hands-on approach to neurodevelopment: Use of the First Touch Program with Infants to level-out mental health risk factors. The MHS EBook 2018, The 2018 Book of Proceedings, Australia.

Submissions

Relationships Australia South Australia submission in response to the Independent Gambling Authority’s Community Consultation into Online Gambling. Prepared by Nicola Gawlik PhD, Virginia Leeuwenburg, Corinna Freytag – August 2018.

Relationships Australia South Australia submission to the SA Parliamentary Select Committee on Poverty in SA. Prepared by Nicola Gawlik PhD and Claire Ralfs, CEO – August 2018.

Films

Holtzworth-Munroe, A. & Relationships Australia South Australia (Producer) (2019) Amy Holtzworth-Munroe talks about research culture – external use [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://vimeo.com/342874855

Holtzworth-Munroe, A. & Relationships Australia South Australia (Producer). (2019). Amy Holtzworth-Munroe talks about research culture – internal RASA use [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://vimeo.com/342875752

Holtzworth-Munroe, A. & Relationships Australia South Australia (Producer). (2019). Amy Holtzworth-Munroe talks about Typologies in Intimate Partner Violence [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://vimeo.com/342876452

Holtzworth-Munroe, A. & Relationships Australia South Australia (Producer). (2019). Typology in intimate partner violence [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://vimeo.com/340846702

Holtzworth-Munroe, A. & Relationships Australia South Australia (Producer). (2019). Professor Amy Holtzworth-Munroe Q&A Research Culture [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://vimeo.com/340845078

McIntosh, J. (Writer), Olsson, C. (Writer), & Relationships Australia South Australia (Producer). (2019). Let’s Talk About Conflict promotional video with infant focus [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://vimeo.com/332583960

McIntosh, J. (Writer), Olsson, C. (Writer), & Relationships Australia South Australia (Producer). (2019). Let’s talk about… Conflict [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://vimeo.com/322133992

McIntosh, J. (Writer), Olsson, C. (Writer), & Relationships Australia South Australia (Producer). (2019). Let’s talk about… Why we should deal with conflict [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://vimeo.com/319379472

McIntosh, J. (Writer), Olsson, C. (Writer), & Relationships Australia South Australia (Producer). (2019). Let’s talk about… How parents can help [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://vimeo.com/319379674

McIntosh, J. (Writer), Olsson, C. (Writer), & Relationships Australia South Australia (Producer). (2019). Let’s talk about… How children of different ages adapt to conflict [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://vimeo.com/319379618

McIntosh, J. (Writer), Olsson, C. (Writer), & Relationships Australia South Australia (Producer). (2019). Let’s talk about… What your parents didn’t know [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://vimeo.com/319379517

McIntosh, J. (Writer), Olsson, C. (Writer), & Relationships Australia South Australia (Producer). (2019). Let’s talk about… How children of different ages adapt to conflict [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://vimeo.com/319379618

McIntosh, J. (Writer), Olsson, C. (Writer), & Relationships Australia South Australia (Producer). (2019). Let’s talk about… Conflict and child development [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://vimeo.com/319379562

McIntosh, J. (Writer), Olsson, C. (Writer), & Relationships Australia South Australia (Producer). (2019). Let’s talk about… Being your child’s hero [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://vimeo.com/319379361

Relationships Australia South Australia (Producer). (2019). 2019 AISR Work Placement [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://vimeo.com/311135811

Relationships Australia South Australia (Producer). (2019). 2019 AISR USI [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://vimeo.com/311135706

Relationships Australia South Australia (Producer). (2019). 2019 AISR Student Support [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://vimeo.com/311135520

Relationships Australia South Australia (Producer). (2019). 2019 AISR LLN [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://vimeo.com/311135372

Relationships Australia South Australia (Producer). (2019). About FYI by the students at the Digital Course at the FYI Hub [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://vimeo.com/326259282

Relationships Australia South Australia (Producer). (2019). About FYI Cafe 2018 [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://vimeo.com/326449566

Relationships Australia South Australia (Producer). (2019). AISR 2019 Welcome [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://vimeo.com/322133992

Relationships Australia South Australia (Producer). (2019). AISR 2019 Induction [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://vimeo.com/311135932

Relationships Australia South Australia (Producer). (2019). An intake interview example [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://vimeo.com/314384300/62876e82a9

Relationships Australia South Australia (Producer). (2019). Discussion Forums [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://vimeo.com/310693055/4d27f255dc

Relationships Australia South Australia (Producer). (2019). GDFDR Orientation & FAQs [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://vimeo.com/312044975/5513781473

Relationships Australia South Australia (Producer). (2019). Interviews with RASA counselling staff – Diploma of Counselling [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://vimeo.com/314387001/1914d0a898

Relationships Australia South Australia (Producer). (2019). Marion Community Centre by FYI Digital Course students at the Hub [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://vimeo.com/326259149

Relationships Australia South Australia (Producer). (2019). Share our passion for developing minds: Infant Mental Health Week 2019 [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://vimeo.com/341491360

Relationships Australia South Australia (Producer). (2019). Student Portal [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://vimeo.com/311162713/2bb576b427

Relationships Australia South Australia (Producer). (2019). Submitting an assignment on Moodle [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://vimeo.com/306972020/0fea502f9f

Relationships Australia South Australia (Producer). (2018). A Message From Our CEO [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://vimeo.com/306748948

Relationships Australia South Australia (Producer). (2018). Alex – GOM Central [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://vimeo.com/293290695/ba02cbabfe

Relationships Australia South Australia (Producer). (2018). Bree – GOM Central [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://vimeo.com/299783991

Relationships Australia South Australia (Producer). (2018). Brooke – GOM Central [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://vimeo.com/293290946/4e53cf7d39

Relationships Australia South Australia (Producer). (2018). Communicating with diversity [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mDnTG8DMAHM&

Relationships Australia South Australia (Producer). (2018). Dreaming of the Big Fish [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://youarenotalone.org.au/resources/big-fish/

Relationships Australia South Australia (Producer). (2018). Kayla – GOM Central [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://vimeo.com/293291107/0b0f2cae56

Relationships Australia South Australia (Producer). (2018). Nick – GOM Central [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://vimeo.com/293291241/0328c5eeba

Relationships Australia South Australia (Producer). (2018). Reality Check – GOM Central [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://vimeo.com/299783724

Relationships Australia South Australia (Producer). (2018). Reality Check – 4 minute version [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://vimeo.com/299783724

Relationships Australia South Australia (Producer). (2018). Sorry Day Community Sharing and Healing 2018 [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://vimeo.com/306717990

Relationships Australia South Australia (Producer). (2018). Strategic Goal 5: Contribute to a Better World [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://vimeo.com/306917485/00591713dd

Relationships Australia South Australia (Producer). (2018). Strategic Goal 4: Strengthen Organisational Capacity [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://vimeo.com/306917507/ac0120e868

Relationships Australia South Australia (Producer). (2018). Strategic Goal 3: Enable a Thriving Workplace & Culture [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://vimeo.com/306917437/3b940d49cd

Relationships Australia South Australia (Producer). (2018). Strategic Goal 2: Educate for the Future [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://vimeo.com/306917418/f5ce145ddf

Relationships Australia South Australia (Producer). (2018). Strategic Goal 1: Improve Individual, Family & Community Wellbeing [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://vimeo.com/306917418/f5ce145ddf

Relationships Australia South Australia (Producer). (2018). The Australian Institute of Social Relations [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://vimeo.com/227220069

Relationships Australia South Australia (Producer). (2018). This is Me [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://vimeo.com/294721670/821a0222e1

Relationships Australia South Australia (Producer). (2018). Together we can stop FGM [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SGM454KzGX0

Relationships Australia South Australia (Producer). (2018). Young people and behaviour that challenges us [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=soJpGqAetCk&

Schultz, A. (2019). Mental Health in Residential Aged Care Facilities Trial Training – Intro [motion picture], Relationships Australia South Australia. Adelaide and funded by PHN. Retrieved from https://vimeo.com/371046884/3bcfc2e93c

Perry, C. (2019). Mental Health in Residential Aged Care Facilities Trial – Depression in the Elderly [motion picture], Relationships Australia South Australia and funded by PHN. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://vimeo.com/371054759/ff14f1ae43

2017-18

National Conferences

Decrea, S. (2017, October). New Way? Let us reclaim ‘old way’ – Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families. Paper presented at the 2017 Australian Association of Family Therapists Conference, Family Therapy Conference, Adelaide, South Australia.

Flint, J., & Lee, J. (2017, October). The DOORS App demonstration. Paper presented at the Relationships Australia SA launch of the DOORS App launch, Hindmarsh, South Australia.

Flint, J., Lee, J., & McIntosh, J. (2017, November). e-screening as a tool for connecting the dots to learn about risks to family wellbeing. Paper presented at the 2017 Conference of Family and Relationships Services Australia, Melbourne, Victoria.

Flint, J. (2017, May). “Dear Diary”: The Journey from Co-Lo to AWS, Part II. Presentation to the Adelaide AWS (Amazon Web Services) Meetup Group. Adelaide, South Australia.

Flint, J. (2019, March). “Dear Diary”: The Journey from Co-Lo to AWS, Part III. Final Presentation to the Adelaide AWS (Amazon Web Services) Meetup Group. Adelaide, South Australia.

Gray, R., Newton-John, T., Lee, J. & Ralfs, C.R. (2016, September). From person to patient, and partner to carer: the transitions and transformations of couples affected by chronic illness. Paper presented at the 2016 Conference of the Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia, Melbourne, Victoria. Retrieved from:
http://www.pacfa.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/REBECCA-GRAY-PRESENTATION.pdf

Kelly, M., French, A., & Lee, J. (2017, November). Universal Screening: the reasons why….Paper presented at the 2017 Conference of Family and Relationships Services Australia, Melbourne, Victoria.

Kriaris, B. (2018, October). Building connections. Presentation facilitated at the 2017 National Suicide Prevention Conference, Queensland, Australia.

Kriaris, B., & Hanna, P. (2017, July). You are not alone. Paper presented at the 2017 SA Collaborative Projects Symposium: ‘No one should have no one’ – Campaign against loneliness and social isolation, Adelaide, South Australia.

Kriaris, B. (2017, October). You are not alone. Presentation facilitated at the 2017 National Suicide Prevention Conference, Darwin, Australia.

Lee, J., Muirhead, J., & McIntosh, J. (2017, October). Universal risk screening as a tool to identify client vulnerability in family and relationship counselling. Paper presented at the 2017 Australian Association of Family Therapy Conference, Adelaide, South Australia.

Ndi, S., & Oudih, E. (2017, November). Cultural Competency in HIV work and Community Mobilisation. Paper presented at Australasian HIV & AIDS conference.

Oudih, E., & Salih, N. (2017, November). HIV Peer Support Model. Paper presented at Australasian HIV & AIDS conference.

Ray, M., & O’Neil, K. (2017, November). Better Second time around? How consumer’s voices restore trust in institutions as Forgotten Australians age. Paper presented at the 2017 Conference of Family and Relationships Services Australia, Melbourne, Victoria.

Stott, J. (2017, October). Therapeutic group work provides a safe context for building social connectedness and safety in families where adolescents are violent. Paper presented at the 2017 Institute of Group Leaders national conference, Sydney, Australia.

Stott, J. (2019, April). Ageing and Depression, Fullarton Community Centre, April 16, 2019.

Tully, D. (2017, October). There’s a history of violence that goes right back in my family, and I want it to stop. Paper presented at the 2017 Australian Association of Family Therapy Conference, Adelaide, South Australia.

Willmot, J., & Ray, M. (2017, November). The Stolen Generations Healing Camp: A place to care and be cared for. Paper presented at the 2017 Conference of Family and Relationships Services Australia, Melbourne, Victoria.

Workshops

Decrea, S., & Michelle, K. (2017, October). Working Better With Nunga Kids. Workshop presented at 2017 Australian Family Therapy Conference, Adelaide, South Australia.

Publications

Papers
Gray, R., Newton-John, T., Lee, J., & Ralfs, C.R. (2017). Intimate Relationships and Chronic Illness: A literature review for counsellors and couple therapists. Psychotherapy and Counselling Journal of Australia, 5(1). Retrieved from: http://pacja.org.au/?p=3948

Park., S. (2018). Identity, Belonging, and Bridging the Gap Between the Cultures – Supporting our children who were adopted internationally. Childhood Explorer of Association for Childhood Education International. Retrieved from: https://www.childhoodexplorer.org/identity-belonging

Wells, Y., Lee, J., Li, X., Tan, E. S., & McIntosh, J. E. (2018). Re-examination of the Family Law Detection of Overall Risk Screen (FL-DOORS): Establishing fitness for purpose. Psychological Assessment. doi:10.1037/pas0000581

Books and Book Chapters

Lee, J. (2018). Ten ways schools can boost child and adolescent wellbeing when parents separate. In P. Slee, G. Skrzypiec, & C. Cefai (Eds.), Child and Adolescent Wellbeing and Violence Prevention in Schools (pp. 149-158). London: Routledge.

Mubarak, A.R., Zeitz, J. and Slee, P. (2018). Effectiveness of an intervention program for teenage girls with self-harm in Adelaide, South Australia. In P. Slee, G. Skrzypiec, & C. Cefai (Eds.), Child and Adolescent Wellbeing and Violence Prevention in Schools (pp. 209-217). London: Routledge.

Stott, J., O’Connor, R,. Cresswell, T., McKenna, M., Swalling, R., Buckley, K., Davidson, S., & Fordham, S. (2018). Framework for prevention: Early interventions to address adolescent violence. In P. Slee, G. Skrzypiec, & C. Cefai (Eds.), Child and Adolescent Wellbeing and Violence Prevention in Schools (pp. 179-187). London: Routledge.

Submissions

Relationships Australia South Australia Submission to the Parliament of South Australia Joint Committee on matters relating to Elder Abuse in South Australia, prepared by Priscilla Taylor, SA Ambassador for Forgotten Australians, Kevin O’Neil, Chairperson of the Consumer Reference Group – Post Care Support Service, and Mergho Ray, Manager – Elm Place, July 2017.

Relationships Australia South Australia submission in response to the Australian Law Reform Commission Review of the Family Law System’s March 2018 Issues Paper. Prepared by Claire Ralfs PhD, Virginia Leeuwenburg, Jamie Lee PhD, Lindy Brinkworth – May 2018.

Relationships Australia South Australia submission to the review of Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission legislation. Prepared by Claire Ralfs PhD, Lindy Brinkworth – February 2018.

Australian House of Representatives Standing Committee on Social Policy & Legal Affairs Inquiry Into Local Adoption – RASA submission. Prepared by Nikki Hartmann, Nicola Gawlik PhD, Lindy Brinkworth – May 2018

Films

Australian Institute of Social Relations (Producer). (2017). The Australian Institute of Social Relations [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://vimeo.com/227220069

Australian Institute of Social Relations (Producer). (2018). Induction [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://youtu.be/g9OVPWVdEuM

Australian Institute of Social Relations (Producer). (2018). Responding to mental health issues in community work [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://youtu.be/GEQzGXXZUeo

Clark, T. & Australian Institute of Social Relations (Producer). (2018). Family agreements and professional practice [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TBP2Eb3KRro

Clark, T. & Australian Institute of Social Relations (Producer). (2018). Facilitative mediation: core skill set [motion picture]. Retrieved from
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ypICa8uvC2E

Nelson, C. & Relationships Australia South Australia (Producer). (2018). Cathy Nelson: Common child and family law questions [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from https://vimeo.com/250062486/352293d292

Oudih, E. & Australian Institute of Social Relations (Producer). (2018). Communicating with diversity [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mDnTG8DMAHM&

Relationships Australia South Australia (Producer). (2017). National Sorry Day in the North 2017 [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://vimeo.com/252434020/af102d9888

Relationships Australia South Australia (Producer). (2017). Supporting families and friends harmed by gambling webinar [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from https://www.rasa.org.au/rgaw2017/rgaw-webinar-supporting-families-friends-harmed-gambling/

Relationships Australia South Australia (Producer). (2017). Using the Family DOORS App [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://vimeo.com/243780546/6942aaa6ad

Relationships Australia South Australia (Producer). (2018). Child Focussed Information Session [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://vimeo.com/254235295/e80b5351ae

Relationships Australia South Australia (Producer). (2018). DOORS: CALD clients [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://youtu.be/UO3kIhRdD7M

Relationships Australia South Australia (Producer). (2018). DOORS: DOORS App [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://youtu.be/mpMTL-Al9FA

Relationships Australia South Australia (Producer). (2018). DOORS: Indigenous clients [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://youtu.be/GEQzGXXZUeo

Relationships Australia South Australia (Producer). (2018). DOORS at the frontline [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://vimeo.com/263267066/7543185290

Relationships Australia South Australia (Producer). (2018). Mediation: Children 1 [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://youtu.be/UECeClZS4m4

Relationships Australia South Australia (Producer). (2018). Mediation: Children 2 [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://youtu.be/h-p5UUHDTnw

Relationships Australia South Australia. Forced Adoption Support Services (Producer) & Jigsaw Queensland (Producer). (2018). Commemorative Message – National Apology for Forced Adoptions by Hon. Julia Gillard AC, 27th Prime Minister of Australia. [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from
https://vimeo.com/260151696

Relationships Australia South Australia. Gambling Help Service (Producer). (2018). Dreamin’ of the Big Fish [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from https://vimeo.com/254443725/44248b16db

Relationships Australia South Australia. PEACE Multicultural Services (Producer). (2017). Positive Change Video for World AIDS Day 2017 [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=seGjJk3qR3k

Zeitz, J. & Australian Institute of Social Relations (Producer). (2018). Young people and behaviour that challenges us [motion picture]. Adelaide. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=soJpGqAetCk&

2017

International Conferences

Lee, J. and Ralfs, C.R. (2017, June). Getting beyond ‘Don’t ask, don’t tell, won’t know’ – the implementation of universal screening after parental separation to prevent harm to children and families. Paper presented at the 7th World Congress on Family Law and Children’s Rights, Dublin, Republic of Ireland.

Wells, Y., McIntosh, J.E. and Lee, J. (2017, June). A large scale validation of the Family Law DOORS: A universal screening framework for identifying and responding to family-wide risks after parental separation. Poster presented at the 7th World Congress on Family Law and Children’s Rights, Dublin, Republic of Ireland.

National conferences, seminars, presentations

Bromfield, L., Salveron, M., Main, J. (2017, May). Strengthening what works for children: Aligning target group, theory of change, and program components to outcomes [Webinar]. Retrieved from https://aifs.gov.au/cfca/events/strengthening-what-works-children-aligning-target-group-theory-change-and-program-components

Roberts, K. (2017, May). The Garden – Build the Connections and Strengthen the Future, Holding Therapeutic Intent in a Parent and Infant Group Program. Presentation to the 2017 Child Aware Approaches Conference. Brisbane, Queensland.

Flint, J. (2017, May). “Dear Diary”: The Journey from Co-Lo to AWS, Part II. Presentation to the Adelaide AWS (Amazon Web Services) Meetup Group. Adelaide, South Australia.

Couper, C., Conrick, J. (2017, April). Forced adoption webinar: Providing support through search, contact and reunion [Webinar]. Retrieved from http://www.psychology.org.au/forced-adoption/training/search-contact-reunion

Ndi S. (2017, March). Multicultural considerations regarding Domestic and Family violence response. Presentation at the ‘Embracing Health & Diversity’: Migrant and Refugee Health Forum. Adelaide, South Australia.

Publications

Lee, J. (2017, April, 24). How clients feel about ‘being screened’ for risks [Web log message]. Retrieved from https://mentalhealthaustralia.org.au/how-clients-feel-about-being-screened-for-risks/

Films

Relationships Australia SA (Producer) (2017) Ann’s Story: Orientation to SA Gambling Sector [motion picture]. Adelaide.

Relationships Australia SA (Producer) (2017) Enaam Oudih Expert Commentary: Orientation to SA Gambling Sector [motion picture]. Adelaide.

Relationships Australia SA (Producer) (2017) Get Tested – Indaba HIV [motion picture]. Adelaide.

Relationships Australia SA (Producer) (2017) John’s Story: Orientation to SA Gambling Sector [motion picture]. Adelaide.

Relationships Australia SA (Producer) (2017) Lachlan’s Story: Orientation to SA Gambling Sector [motion picture]. Adelaide.

Relationships Australia SA (Producer) (2017) Leanne Singh Expert Commentary: Orientation to SA Gambling Sector [motion picture]. Adelaide.

Relationships Australia SA (Producer) (2017) Lucy’s Story: Responsible Gambling Awareness Week [motion picture]. Adelaide.

Relationships Australia SA (Producer) (2017) Luke’s Story: Orientation to SA Gambling Sector [motion picture]. Adelaide.

Relationships Australia SA (Producer) (2017) Marion’s Story: Orientation to SA Gambling Sector [motion picture]. Adelaide.

Relationships Australia SA (Producer) (2017) Mike Penfold Expert Commentary: Orientation to SA Gambling Sector [motion picture]. Adelaide.

Relationships Australia SA (Producer) (2017) Quentin Black Expert Commentary: Orientation to SA Gambling Sector [motion picture]. Adelaide.

Relationships Australia SA (Producer) (2017) Rebecca’s Story: Orientation to SA Gambling Sector [motion picture]. Adelaide.

Relationships Australia SA (Producer) (2017) Sam’s Story: Responsible Gambling Awareness Week [motion picture]. Adelaide.

Relationships Australia SA (Producer) (2017) Sharon’s Story: Responsible Gambling Awareness Week [motion picture]. Adelaide.

Relationships Australia SA (Producer) (2017) Sue Bertossa Expert Commentary: Orientation to SA Gambling Sector [motion picture]. Adelaide.

Relationships Australia SA (Producer) (2017) Tricia Oats Expert Commentary: Orientation to SA Gambling Sector [motion picture]. Adelaide.

Relationships Australia SA (Producer) (2017) Tony Morgan Expert Commentary: Orientation to SA Gambling Sector [motion picture]. Adelaide.

Relationships Australia SA (Producer) (2017) Wally Woehlert Expert Commentary: Orientation to SA Gambling Sector [motion picture]. Adelaide.

Relationships Australia SA (Producer) (2017) You are Not Alone [motion picture]. Adelaide.

Relationships Australia SA (Producer) (2017) SAACHAC: Be a part of the Solution [motion picture]. Adelaide.

2016

Flint, J. (2016, November). “Dear Diary”: The Journey from Co-Lo to AWS, Part I. Presentation to the Adelaide AWS (Amazon Web Services) Meetup Group. Adelaide, South Australia.

Hambledon, R., Lee, J. & Gawlik, N. (2016, February). Using Universal Screening to Uncover the Hidden Harm from Family Violence in Gambling Services. Poster presented at the Inaugural National Research Conference on Violence against Women and their Children. Melbourne, Victoria.

Hartmann, N., & Park S. (2016, January). A mentoring programme for young adoptees. Presentation to the Redefining Families Conference. Auckland, New Zealand.

Juuk B. (2016, September). Family dispute resolution from South Sudanese perspectives. Presentation to the National Mediation Conference. Gold Coast, Queensland.

Lee. J. (2016). Are we actually doing more for families affected by family and domestic violence? (2016, March, 2). Retrieved from the Australian Institute of Family Studies Child Family Community Australia website https://aifs.gov.au/cfca/2016/03/02/are-we-actually-doing-more-families-affected-family-and-domestic-violence.

Lee, J. (2016, July). Ten ways to help parents after separation. Presentation to the Inaugural Student Wellbeing and the Prevention of Violence Conference. Adelaide, South Australia.

Lee, J. (2016, July). Universal screening as a practice in practise. Presentation to the Family on Safety: Risk Management in Practise Forum. Adelaide, South Australia.

Lee, J. (2016, July). The politics of wellbeing. Presentation to the Inaugural Student Wellbeing and the Prevention of Violence Conference. Adelaide, South Australia.

Lee. J., & Ralfs. C. (2016, February). If you ask, clients will tell you: The case for Universal and Holistic Screening in Family Relationship Service. Poster presentation to the Inaugural National Research Conference on Violence against Women and their Children. Melbourne, Victoria.

Lockwood, D. (2016, June). It’s not rocket science, but it is brain development: Building a trauma-informed approach in a community setting. Presentation to the Australian Childhood Foundation International Trauma Conference. Melbourne, Victoria.

Manariyo M, Ndi S and Oudih E. (2016 September). The Success Factors of ‘Know Your Hepatitis B’ Campaign within African Communities in South Australia. Poster presentation at the Viral Hepatitis Conference. Gold Coast, Queensland.

McIntosh, J., Lee, J., & Ralfs, C.R. (2016). The Family Law DOORS: Research and practice updates. Family Matters, 98, 34-41.

McIntosh, J., Wells, Y., & Lee, J. (2016). Development and Validation of the Family Law DOORS. Psychological Assessment, 28(11), 1516-1522. DOI: 10.1037/pas0000277

Muirhead, J. (2016, July). Increasing the Quality of Couple Relationships. Presentation to the Australian Federation of Civil Celebrants. Adelaide, South Australia.

Oudih, E. (2016, June). South Australian Community of Practice for Action on HIV and Mobility CoPAHM SA. Presentation to the SiREN (Sexual Health and Blood Borne Viruses) Symposium – Innovation in Practice. Perth, Western Australia.

Oudih, E. (2016, July). Addressing HIV stigma and discrimination: an important public health priority to prevent HIV in newly-arrived CALD populations in South Australia. Presentation to the AIDS Conference. Durban, South Africa.

Oudih, E. (2016, September). Cross Cultural Engagement Matters – Communities Responding to Hepatitis B. Presentation to the Viral Hepatitis Conference. Gold Coast, Queensland.

Ralfs, C., & Lee, J. (2016, August). Breadth, depth and universality in whole of family risk screening: Putting the Family Law DOORS into practice. Paper presented to the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts Australian Chapter Third Annual Conference. Brisbane, Queensland.

Rohrsheim, D. (2016, May). Child-Focused Practice. Poster presentation to the Child Aware Approaches Conference. Brisbane, Queensland.

Rorsheim, D., & Lockwood, D. (2016, July). Pirates and caterpillars: Creating safety and supporting wellbeing of children experiencing homelessness using therapeutic groups in schools. Presentation to the Inaugural Student Wellbeing and the Prevention of Violence Conference. Adelaide, South Australia.

Rohrsheim, D. (2016, August). Child Focused Practice Online: Changing paradigms and building capacity to meet the needs of children. Presentation to the International Child and Youth Care Network together with International Federation of Educative Communities. Vienna, Austria.

Salih N. (2016, November). Gendered Violence and HIV within the multicultural context. Power Presentation at 2016 Australasian Sexual Health Conference. Adelaide, South Australia.

Salih N. (2016, November). Development of CALD focused HIV peer support model. Poster presentation at 2016 HIV & AIDS Conference. Adelaide, South Australia.

Siviour, C. & Henderson, I. (2016, June). Child focus practice online learning course. Presentation to the Australian Childhood Foundation International Trauma Conference. Melbourne, Victoria.

Skirrow, A. (2016, June). Contained Stories: An expressive intervention for cross-cultural use harnessing the therapeutic power of storytelling. Presentation to the Australian Childhood Foundation International Trauma Conference. Melbourne, Victoria.

Stott, J. (2016, November). Sound Partnership House: non-government partnership model based on J. Gottman’s relationships research. Presentation at the Psychology of Relationships Interest Group Annual conference. Queensland University, Queensland.

Stott J., O’Connor R., Davidson S., Buckley K., Cresswell T., & Fordham S, et al. (2016, July). Empowerment: Early intervention addressing family violence. Presentation to the Student Wellbeing and Prevention of Violence Conference. Adelaide, South Australia.

Trenorden N. (2016, June). Cross cultural trauma informed expressive arts therapy for work with young refugees. Presentation to the Australian Childhood Foundation Trauma Conference. Melbourne, Victoria.

Zeitz J. (2016, July). Executive self-regulation and opportunities for learning, friendship and employment. Presentation to the Inaugural Student Wellbeing and the Prevention of Violence Conference. Adelaide, South Australia.

2015

Bold, L. (2015, May). Tune Up Shorts for Boyz. Presentation at RASA Hindmarsh for Gay Men’s Health South Australia (GMHSA). Adelaide, South Australia.

Bold, L. (2015, May). Challenging Homophobia and Transphobia. Presentation at RASA Hindmarsh for Gay Men’s Health South Australia (GMHSA). Adelaide, South Australia.

Gangemi, M. (2015, November). Gambling and the dyadic relationship: Infants of parents with gambling addiction. Presentation to the Annual National Association of Gambling Studies (NAGS) Conference. Adelaide, South Australia.

Hambledon, R., Gawlik, N., & Lee, J. (2015, November). The effectiveness of community-based gambling counselling on psychological distress in gamblers and their family members. Presentation to the Annual Conference of the National Association of Gambling Studies, Adelaide, South Australia.

Herbig, J. (2015). Workshops. Presented to the National Steering Committee and Clinical Steering Committee, Child Inclusive Practice Forum, Brisbane.

Juuk, B. (2015, September). Dinka Cultural Practices and Family Law in Australia: A clash of Legal Cultures. Presentation to the International conference for Law and Culture. London, England.

Lee. J. (2015). Nudging “stuck” parents in mediation with the Developmental Advisory Service. Retrieved from the Australian Institute of Family Studies Child Family Community Australia website, February 5th, 2015, https://aifs.gov.au/cfca/2015/02/05/nudging-stuck-parents-mediation-developmental-advisory-service

Lee, J. (2015, February, 28). Parent and child psychological distress after separation in a community mediation agency. Presentation to the Counselling College of the Australian Psychological Society, Melbourne, Victoria.

Lee, J. (2015, May, 8). Mental Health Screening in Family Law – Who, Why, What and Now What?. Presentation to The South Australian Family Law Pathways 2015 Annual Forum, Adelaide, South Australia.

Lee, J. (2015, May, 14). Ten ways to make a difference to children when parents separate. Workshop by Australian Psychologists and Counsellors in Schools, Adelaide, South Australia.

Lee, J., Hambledon, R., & Gawlik, N. (2015, November). The effectiveness of community-based gambling counselling on psychological distress in gamblers and their family members. Presentation to the Annual National Association of Gambling Studies (NAGS) Conference. Adelaide, South Australia.

Lee, J., & Ralfs, C. (2015, December). Truthful, beneficial and respectful: A survey of client attitudes to universal screening for safety risks in families. Poster presented to the Stop Domestic Violence Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Mental Health Association. Canberra, Australian Capital Territory.

Lockwood, D. (2015, May, 18). Cross sector collaboration. Arts based projects in therapeutic children’s programs. Presented to the Families Australia and the Australian Government Department of Social Services at the 3rd Annual Child Aware Approaches Conference, Melbourne, Victoria.

Lockwood, D., & Gibson, C. (2015). Homeless Children in South Australia and Together4Kids: Responding to Homelessness in South Australia. Parity: 28(9), 69-70.

Logue, W. (2015, February). HIV and PEP. Presentation to the Royal Adelaide Hospital, Adelaide. South Australia.

Logue, W. (2015, May). IDAHoT Workshops. Presented at Relationships Australia – South Australia. Hindmarsh, Adelaide, South Australia.

Logue, W., & Williams, E. (2015, May). Tune up – HIV and STI prevention workshops. Presented at Relationships Australia – South Australia. Hindmarsh. Adelaide, South Australia.

McIntosh, J. & Lee, J. (2015, December). The Value of Universal Screening After Parental Separation. Presentation to the Stop Domestic Violence Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Mental Health Association, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory.

Oudih, E. (2015, July). Cultural issues when working with CALD clients. Presentation to the Spotlight on Hepatitis B event for World Hepatitis Day. Melbourne, Victoria.

Oudih, E. (2015, November). The importance of public health approach to address gambling within CALD communities. Presentation to the Public Health and Gambling Seminar. Adelaide, South Australia.

Oudih, E. (2015, November). The first ever State Action Plan to respond to problem gambling in Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Communities in South Australia. Presentation to the National Association of Gambling Studies Conference (NAGS). Adelaide, South Australia.

Ralfs, C., & Lee. J. (2015, September). Family Law DOORS workshop. Presentation to the Annual Conference of Norwegian Forensic Psychologists. Oslo, Norway.

Relationships Australia (SA) (Producer) (2015). Left Out. [motion picture]. PEACE Multicultural Services. Adelaide.

Relationships Australia (SA) (2015, February). Hepatitis B workshop. Gay Men’s Health South Australia (GMHSA). Presented at Relationships Australia – South Australia. Hindmarsh. Adelaide, South Australia.

Relationships Australia (SA) (2015, February). Submission to the Social Development Committee SA Parliament Domestic and Family Violence Inquiry. [Ralfs, Claire, Deputy CEO on behalf of Judith Cross, CEO. Retrieved from <parliament.sa.gov.au/Committees/Pages/Committees.aspx?CTId=5&CId=302>

Relationships Australia (SA) (2015, April). Asian Boyz Arvo workshop. Presented at Relationships Australia – South Australia. Hindmarsh, Adelaide, South Australia.

Relationships Australia (SA) (2015). Intercountry Adoption: Where a child’s history includes an experience of malnutrition. Retrieved from the Relationships Australia South Australia web site: https://www.rasa.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/IntAdoption_Malnutrition-Booklet_final.pdf

Relationships Australia (SA) (2015). Submission to the Royal Commission into Child Protection Systems. [Ralfs, Claire, Deputy CEO on behalf of Judith Cross, CEO]

Roberts, K. (2015, October). A review of the first Infant Touch Massage Program embedded in a community development setting. Presentation at: Marcé Society Australasian Conference. Adelaide, South Australia.

Rohrsheim, D., & Haro, C. (2015, September). Child focus practice online learning course. Presentation to the National Domestic & Aboriginal Family Violence Conference. Adelaide, South Australia.

Stott, J. (2015). Workshop sessions. Presentations to the Step Up for SA, parent & adolescent therapeutic group. Adelaide South Australia.

Stott, J. (2015, July). The sound partnership house. Presentation to the Australian Psychological Society, College of Organisational Psychologists National Conference. Melbourne, Victoria.

Stott, J., & Buckley, K. (2015, September). The sound partnership house. Presentation to the National Aboriginal and Family Violence Conference. Adelaide, South Australia.

Stott, J., & O’Connor, R. (2015, October). Stepping up to empowerment and resilience: addressing child and adolescent family violence. Presentation to the Institute of Group Leaders Conference. Sydney, New South Wales.

2014

Birtwistle-Smith, C. (2014). Community engagement including outreach and hard to reach populations. Presentation to Gay Men’s Health Conference. Sydney, New South Wales

Bold, L. (2014, November). Youth Project Risk and Resilience. Presentation at Relationships Australia – South Australia for Gay Men’s Health (GMHSA). Adelaide, South Australia.

Decrea, S. (2014, April). Engaging Aboriginal Families. Presentation to the Child Aware Approaches Conference. Melbourne, Victoria.

Feo, R., & Willmott, J. (2014, November). Cultural Fitness: Evaluating the Effectiveness of an Indigenous Cultural Training Program for non-Indigenous Workers. Presentation to the Family and Relationship Services Australia Wellbeing for Children, Families and Communities Conference. Adelaide, South Australia.

Hambledon, R., Lee, J., Feo, R., & Udakumbura, S. (2014, October, 23). Risky alcohol and drug use predicts impulse control difficulties for problem gamblers entering community-based treatment. Presentation to the South Australian Network of Drug and Alcohol Services Conference. Glenelg, Adelaide, South Australia.

Hanon, L. (2014, April). So you have a Facebook page, now what? Presentation to the Gay Men’s Health Conference. Sydney, New South Wales.

Jovanov, G. (2014, April). The intersection of motivational interviewing and financial issues. Presentation to South Australian Financial Counselling Association. Adelaide, South Australia.

Lee. J. (2014).Screening for mental health risks during mediation in separated families. (2014, February, 15). Retrieved from the Australian Institute of Family Studies Child Family Community Australia website, https://aifs.gov.au/cfca/2014/10/15/screening-mental-health-risks-during-mediation-separated-families

Lee, J. (2014, July, 30). A study of universal screening for emerging child and parent mental health problems in mediation clients. Presentation to the Australian Institute of Family Studies Conference. Melbourne, Victoria.

Lee, J. (2014, May). Children’s voices but whose ears? The developmental psychological challenges of listening to children and young people following parental separation. Presentation at the Conference of the South Australia Family Law Pathways Network. Hindmarsh, Adelaide, South Australia.

Lee, J. (2014, November, 3). How Penelope can be used to support, evaluate and improve service practice. Presentation to the Penelope Excellence User Group Conference, Adelaide, South Australia.

Lee, J. (2014, November, 6). The Developmental Advisory Service: ‘Nudging’ stuck mediation clients through brief targeted psycho-education. Presentation to the Family Relationships Services Australia Conference. Adelaide, South Australia.

Lee, J., Lockwood, D., & Feo, R. (2014). Measuring Our Outcomes by Measuring Kids’ Outcomes with PACES: How SA’s Together4Kids program measures its accountability to its clients — kids aged 0 to 12. Parity, 27 (7), 42-44.

Lee, J., & Udakumbura, S. (2014, November, 3). My Penelope wish list: Perceived benefits and unmet needs among Penelope end-users. Presentation to the Penelope Excellence User Group Conference. Adelaide, South Australia.

Lockwood, D. (2014). Together4Kids partnership with child adolescent mental health service: Providing specialist mental health services for homeless kids in South Australia. Parity, 27(1), 54-55.

Lockwood, D. (2014, October, 2). It’s not rocket science, but it is brain development: A review of the first touch infant massage program embedded in a community development setting. Presentation to the Australian Association Infant Mental Health 2014: Infancy in Crisis – Rupture and Repair conference at Queensland University of Technology. Brisbane, Queensland.

Lockwood, D. (2014, October, 2). Presentation to the Australian Association Infant Mental Health 2014: Infancy in Crisis – Rupture and Repair conference at Queensland University of Technology. Brisbane, Queensland.

Logue, W., & Wanganeen, K. (2014, April). The Respect Test. Presented to Gay Men’s Health Conference. Sydney, New South Wales.

Logue, W. (2014, July, 20). Nothing about Us without Us. Presentation to the AIDS 2014 Conference. Melbourne, Victoria.

Mann, S. (2014, October, 1). Shaping and negotiating supervision in an organisational context. Presentation to a workshop hosted by Clifton Centre and Bouverie Centre, Melbourne for counselling supervisors. Melbourne, Victoria.

Oudih, E. (Producer/Presenter) (2014, March). The cultural context of Hepatitis [Webinar] Presentation to the CASHM national webinar. Adelaide.

Oudih, E. (2014, July, 20). The South Australian African Communities health advisory Committee (SAACHAC) is making a difference. Presented to a workshop at the 20th International AIDS Conference. Melbourne, Victoria.

Oudih, E. (2014, September, 17). Addressing HIV in CALD communities in SA: Planning and actions beyond the health sector. Poster presented to the 9th Australasian Viral Hepatitis Conference 2014. Alice Springs, Northern Territory.

Oudih, E. (2014, September, 17). Cultural lenses – Pathways to care from prevention to treatment. Presentation to the 9th Australasian Viral Hepatitis Conference 2014. Alice Springs, Northern Territory.

Oudih, E. (2014, September, 17). Know your hepatitis B status campaign. Presentation to the 9th Australasian Viral Hepatitis Conference. Alice Springs, Northern Territory.

Petch, J., Lee, J., Huntingdon, B., & Murray, J. (2014). Couple Counselling Outcomes in an Australian Not for Profit: Evidence for the Effectiveness of Couple Counselling Conducted Within Routine Practice. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, 35(4), 445-461.

Ralfs, C. (2014, March). Implementing the Family Law DOORS one-day training. Presented to the Albury Wodonga Pathways Conference, Albury-Wodonga, Victoria.

Ralfs, C. (2014, May). Whole family, universal risk screening: New evidence, new tools, new possibilities. Presented to the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, 51st Annual Conference, Navigating the Waters of Shared Parenting: Guidance from the Harbour. Toronto, Canada.

Relationships Australia (SA) (2014, December, 3). Getting it to Zero. Presented at the Post AIDS 2014 Forum at SHine SA. Adelaide, South Australia.

Relationships Australia (SA) (Producer) (2014). Take Control [motion picture]. Adelaide.

Relationships Australia (SA) (Producer) (2014). ActNow Theatre Workshop Promotional Video [motion picture]. Adelaide.

Relationships Australia (SA) (Producer). Royal Commission Support Services Brochure Translation. [motion picture]. Adelaide.

Relationships Australia (SA) (Producer) (2014). Zero Feet Away. [Theatrical performance]. Presented in Adelaide, South Australia.

Rohrsheim, D. (2014, January). Child focussed practice – an overview. Presented to the Housing SA Disruptive Tenancies Team. Adelaide, South Australia.

Rohrsheim, D. (2014, January). Moving towards a practice framework. Presented to the Housing SA Regional Managers Forum. Adelaide, South Australia.

Rohrsheim, D. (2014, February). Child focussed practice – an overview. Presented to the Housing SA Regional Managers Forum, Adelaide, South Australia.

Rohrsheim, D., & Haro, C. (2014, April). Innovative approaches to working with children who are homeless. Presented to Child Aware Approaches Conference, Melbourne, Victoria.

Rohrsheim, D., Haro, C., Rasmussen, C. (2014, June). Child focused practice – An overview. Presentation to the Housing SA Induction for New Staff, Adelaide, South Australia.

Stott, J. (2014, August, 1). Child & adolescent violence in the family. Presented to the Australian Institute of Family Studies National Conference in partnership with the Walking on Eggshells Project. Melbourne, Victoria.

Stott, J. (2014). Workshop sessions. Presentations to the Step Up for SA, parent & adolescent therapeutic group. Adelaide South Australia.

Stott, J. (2014). The Walking on Eggshells, Child and Adolescent Violence in the Family resource book (3rd ed.). Publications in partnership with The Walking on Eggshells Project. Adelaide.

Stott. J. (2014). The Walking on Eggshells, Child and Adolescent Violence in the Family professional development manual (2nd ed.) Adelaide, South Australia.

Relationships Australia (SA) (2014, November, 14). PEACE workforce development seminar for service providers across the health and welfare sector on how to work effectively with clients of African heritage.

Vallance, S. (2014, May). Building a position of organisation knowledge – Integrating your client information system into service delivery, safety management and service evaluation. Presentation to Athena Software US and Canada User Conference, Waterloo, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory.

2009-13

2013

Australian Institute of Social Relations (Producer) (RASA, Family Transitions (Producer) (2013). Introduction to the Family Law DOORS [motion picture]. Adelaide.

Australian Institute of Social Relations (Producer) (RASA, Family Transitions (Producer) (2013). The Family Law DOORS: Using the DOORS Software [motion picture]. Adelaide.

Australian Institute of Social Relations (Producer) (RASA, Family Transitions (Producer) (2013). The Family Law DOORS Use Within a Referral Process [motion picture]. Adelaide.

Lee, J. (2013, February). Fathers as presenting parents for child counselling after conflicted parental separation. Presentation to the Inaugural Counselling Psychology College of the Australian Psychological Society, Melbourne, Victoria.

Lee, J. (2013). Questions and answers about the faceted analysis of criminal actions. In Youngs, D. (ed.) Behavioural Analysis of Crime: Studies in David Canter’s Investigative Psychology (pp. 183 – 204). Farnham, UK: Ashgate.

Oudih, E. (n.d.). CALD Challenges: Case studies and Health Literacy. Presentation to Australian Herpetology Association. Adelaide, South Australia

Ouidh, E. (2013, October). Culturally Appropriate Nursing: Hepatitis B assessment and treatment care. Presentation to Look at Hepatitis B Conference, Melbourne, Victoria.

Oudih, E. (2013, November). Working with complexities when violence and culture meet. Presentation to the Standing together to end gendered violence against Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Women Conference (South Australian context), Adelaide, South Australia.

Ralfs, C. (2013, November). Family law DOORS masterclass workshop. Presentation to the Family and Relationship Services Australia Conference. Canberra, Australian Capital Territory.

Ralfs, C. (2013, November). Universal screening. Presented to the Standing together to end gendered violence against Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Women Conference (South Australian context). Adelaide, South Australia.

Ralfs, C. (2013). Risk screening in Family Law: New Data, New Practices, New Possibilities. Presented in a seminar and online training program launch. Sydney, New South Wales.

Ralfs, C. (2013, December). Systematic screening. Presented to the Family Safety Framework Committee, Adelaide, South Australia.

Vallance, S. (2013, November). Building a position of organisation knowledge – Integrating your client information system into service delivery, safety management and service evaluation. Presentation to the Family and Relationship Services Australia Conference. Canberra, Australian Capital Territory.

2012

Lee, J. (2012, November). Weathering the ‘perfect storm’ of domestic violence, parental separation and disrupted relationships in children with separation anxiety. Presented to the Annual Conference of the Psychology of Relationships Interest Group of the Australian Psychological Society. Adelaide, South Australia.

2009

Curran, S., & Lee, J. (2009, November). Helping children make meaning of parental separation and divorce: relational lifelines for individual resilience. Presented to the Annual Conference of Family Relationships Services Australia, Sydney, New South Wales.

Lockwood, D. (2009). Collaborating Across Sectors – Creative Interventions for children experiencing Domestic and Family Violence. Kids Thrive and Relationships Australia (SA) Interactive Workshop. Adelaide, Australia.

Relationships Australia (SA) (2009). Cha Cha Sam Grows a Little Workbook and CD package Together4Kids. Relationships Australia (SA). Retrieved from https://www.rasa.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/CHA-CHAManual_FINAL_WEB.pdf