The Australian Institute of Family Studies today released a new collection of essays on family policy and the law to inform government, legal professionals, service providers and the community about changes in these areas in recent years.
Child Aware Approaches is a grassroots initiative that engages civil society to develop local approaches, actions and initiatives to keep children safe and well, recognising that protecting children is a shared responsibility.
Download: Good Practice Guide to Child Aware Approaches.pdf
Two central issues addressed in this article are the extent to which young children’s time should be spentpredominantly in the care of the same parent or divided more evenly between both parents, and whether
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Two central issues addressed in this article are the extent to which young children’s time should be spent predominantly in the care of the same parent or divided more evenly between both parents, and whether children under
Download: Warshak - shared care of young children.pdf
This article reviews the literature concerning the impact of exposure to domestic violence on the health and developmentalwell-being of children and young people.
Child neglect is one of the most common forms of maltreatment.
Download: Understanding Child Neglect.pdf
Everett Waters is involved in a wide range of longitudinal research projects and educational programs that advance the Bowlby-Ainsworth tradition of attachment study. His empirical and theoretical knowledge is far reaching.
Download: ARE WE ASKING THE RIGHT QUESTIONS.pdf
Lieberman and Zeanah are specialist clinicians, researchers, and prolific publishers in the areas of infant mental health, attachment development in high-risk environments, and treatment of infant–parent relationship trauma.
Download: ATTACHMENT PERSPECTIVES ON DOMESTIC.pdf
Download: CHILD CUSTODY DISPUTES IN FAMILIES OF MUSLIM TRADITION.pdf
Download: DIVORCE AND ATTACHMENT RELATIONSHIPS.pdf