For families and carers

Trauma & Grief Network

This video resource has been produced by KidsMatter together with the Australian Child and Adolescent Trauma, Loss and Grief Network.

News & journals

29
Jan
2015
Source: Medical Xpress

Researchers believe that it's a combination of factors, not just childhood abuse and maltreatment, which leads to involvement in crime. They also found that later positive life experiences, ie. graduating high school, getting married, were protective factors that reduced involvement with crime.  

Training & conferences

05
Feb
2015
8.45am 5 February 2015,
Rooty Hill
Sydney

Webinar recordings

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