17 June 2020 | Information
Rose Cuff is the State-wide coordinator of the Families where a Parent has a Mental Illness (FaPMI) Program. This program, funded by the Victorian government, was established in 2007 and is coordinated by The Bouverie Centre, an integrated Practice Research Centre of LaTrobe University. Rose is an Occupational Therapist with additional training in dance and family therapy who has worked in child, adolescent and adult mental health services since 1987. Since 1995, she has worked specifically in the area of supporting families where a parent has mental health challenges through direct clinical practice, developing and implementing peer support programs, co-producing a wide range of resources, publishing widely and conducting training and research. Rose is passionate about building futures of hope and possibility for children and families where mental health challenges exist.
|Rose Cuff Webinar FLPN june 17 2020 .pdf||33.77 MB|
|BPD for kids_final for approval.pdf||787.16 KB|
|Mental Health and the Family Law System.pdf||243.94 KB|
|Resource booklist.pdf||1.37 MB|
|The Let’s Talk Structure and Stance.pdf||188.69 KB|