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Sustainable Wellbeing Award is achievable

Award for sustainable wellbeing in a nursery school How inspiring – an example to follow internationally!

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Reconciliation Week 2017

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June Workshops – Sydney – Introduction to Circle Solutions & Train the Trainer

Expressions of Interest are invited for Introduction to Circle Solutions Training created by Prof. Sue Roffey. Debra is partnering with Jo Dwyer from Principals Australia Institute (KidsMatter & Mind Matters Professional Development Coordinator) to present the Introduction to Circle Solutions One Day Workshop at a Central Sydney […]

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Spare a thought for the Syrian refugees

A view into what is happening in Europe right now

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Celebrate Child Protection Week with Cared4

Child Protection Week Posters

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Why we need to be worried about teens with OCD

Teens and OCD

OCD and Teens – Why we need to worry

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Our Principal Psychologist has just published a new journal article

New Article March 2015 Our Principal Psychologist has successfully published her work in a University of Cambridge Journal entitled: Creating a Safe Space: A Case Study of Complex Trauma and a Call for Proactive Comprehensive Psychoeducational Assessments and Reviews. http://journals.cambridge.org/

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We like to party!!

We celebrated in style at our favourite local café Such delicious choices

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Babies and their Caregivers

‘There is no such thing as a baby. . . . if you set out to describe a baby, you will find you are describing a baby and someone. A baby cannot exist alone, but is essentially part of a relationship.’ Winnicott (1964, p. 88)

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The 12 Core Concepts: Concepts for Understanding Traumatic Stress Responses in Children and Families | National Child Traumatic Stress Network – Child Trauma Home

The 12 Core Concepts: Concepts for Understanding Traumatic Stress Responses in Children and Families | National Child Traumatic Stress Network – Child Trauma Home.

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