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'Using Narrative Work with First Nations Families' provides a practice-based introduction to using narrative therapy and other creative processes with...

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This topic explores social and emotional wellbeing as it relates to Indigenous Australians, how it relates to mental health and why the distinction is...

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The Child Aware Supervision course provides training for supervisors in strategies that promote child and family-sensitive practices in their service...

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The RANZCP has developed a range of e-learning resources for the use of its members and other mental health professionals. These four modules are...

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WellMob: Healing Our Way - resource sheets for e-resource links

Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander | 2020

These resource sheets for workers are short-cuts to the best resources regarding common wellbeing issues to use with consumers, families, communities and carers. They are designed to assist practitioners and the wellbeing workforce to quickly source the best digital tools on WellMob.org.au

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Dhelk Dja: Safe Our Way

Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander | Family Violence and Child Wellbeing and Safety | 2018

Dhelk Dja ensures that Aboriginal communities are free from family violence at the statewide, regional and local level. It will guide and influence policies, programs and practices for Aboriginal family violence services.

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Balit Durn Durn VACCHO Report to the Royal Commission into Victoria's Mental Health System

Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander | 2020

Balit Durn Durn was developed by VACCHO to support the Royal Commission's into the mental health system's final report. Balit Durn Durn aims to provide an overview of Aboriginal Communities' experience with the current mental health system and offers innovative Aboriginal-led solutions.

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Cultural Safety for Health Professionals portal

Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander | 2020

This portal aims to support teaching health professionals to critically reflect on the concept of cultural safety and to deliver safe, accessible and responsive healthcare that is free from racism. Links are provided here to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health and cultural safety resources.

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