New report on high risk adolescents
We have recently published a Literature review: Young people at high risk of sexual exploitation, absconding and other significant harms. The review was written by Institute Associate Annette Jackson as part of a project commissioned by the Victorian Commission for Children and Young People.
The report is available for free download from our Knowledge Hub.
New Appointment - Dr Sarah Wise
We are very pleased to announce that Dr Sarah Wise has been appointed to a newly established position, the Good Childhood Fellow. This is a joint appointment between The University of Melbourne and the Berry Street Childhood Institute. Sarah will support the evidence-informed practice agendas across our two institutions.
Clark Baim - New book launch
Institute Fellow, Mr Clark Baim has with Lynda Guthrie, published Changing offending behaviour: A handbook of practical exercises. This new book is Clark’s second publication for 2014, following on from a very readable and useful new book Mindful Co-working : Be confident, happy & productive in your working relationships.
Exciting Symposium in Canada
In June 2014 the ChildTrauma Academy & Hull Services present the Neurosequential Model Inaugural Symposium. It focuses on trauma-informed care and brain development, with daily keynotes by Dr Bruce D. Perry. Three Institute Associates – Annette Jackson, Michelle Taylor and Tom Brunzell – will also be presenting!
Berry Street was first established on the lands of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation. We pay our respect to their Elders, past and present, and to all the traditional custodians of land throughout Australia.