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Aug 19

Five of the most effective intervention methods for children experiencing family violence

As family violence remains a pressing issue with more than 1 million Australian affected, the sector is constantly seeking more innovative, effective methods of addressing and intervening in instances of family violence involving children.  The complexity of the issue, due to differing policy responses of family law, child protection and family violence agencies, makes it … Continue reading Five of the most effective intervention methods for children experiencing family violence

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Jul 19

Building Bridges- Kyle Pinto’s perspective on the direction of child welfare practices

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Kyle Pinto knows what it’s like being on the front line in the family violence sector, starting his career as a community educator at a women’s shelter before working for several years as a Social Worker in Washington DC. It was during his term as a Social Worker that he heard of the Safe & … Continue reading Building Bridges- Kyle Pinto’s perspective on the direction of child welfare practices