• Post Adoption Support

    Guest blogger, Leza Schultz shares how PASQ practitioners work with children who have experienced trauma, addressing the long-term impact of separation from biological families.

  • Review: The Neurobiology of Attachment Based Therapy

    For children to have to go from having to develop a mistrusting brain, and make the journey from mistrust to trust is not a no-brainer – it’s a real brainer. They really need to make some changes in their trajectory….. This book is an attempt to try to apply the knowledge about brain development and brain change and look at the process of change and attachment focused therapy’ - Jon Baylin In conversation with Dan Hughes and Janise Mitchell at the ACF conference 2016.

  • Care for children - Compassion for self

    Changing the narratives, the beliefs about identity and relationships that traumatised children have learnt is hard work.  It takes time and repetition (just as forming the problematic narratives and beliefs did) and the opportunity to do so in healthy, attuned relationships.

  • 'Life in Colour'- the 2016 NAB Graduate Major Fundraiser

    Last year, the NAB graduates of Melbourne and Sydney got together to raise funds to support the Australian Childhood Foundation. After an astonishingly successful campaign, we asked them to tell us a little about how they managed to exceed even their own expectations, in the hope it may inspire others to have a go.

  • Maintaining a Safeguarding Culture

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    The Safeguarding Children Program is fundamentally about implementing and sustaining processes that create a safeguarding culture and ensure the on-going safety of children and young people within organisations. But, once organisations have begun this process, how do they go about maintaining a culture that protects children?

  • Schools as Service Providers

    Guest blogger, registered psychologist and school counsellor Deborah Costa shares her model around Trauma Informed systems and services for school as service providers.
  • The Sooner the Better

    Meet the newest edition to our Mindful Parenting Programs - Bringing Up Great Kids: Hello Baby!