The Berry Street Childhood Institute is the publishing arm of Berry Street; we produce a range of resources to inform carers, practitioners, service providers, policy makers and the general public. Our resource library includes publications, reports, articles and presentations on issues relating to children and childhood. On this page we feature recently published resources as well as providing you with the capacity to search for resources according to particular categories.
"Developing Trauma-Informed Practice for Working with Children, Adolescents and Young Adults"
Therapeutic Life Story Work is an approach designed to enable traumatised children to explore, question and understand the past events of their lives.
Innovation in youth partnership, youth leadership and social change. Berry Street’s Y-Change is a youth leadership and social change program for young people who have experienced disadvantage.
This discussion paper was commissioned by Berry Street in 2014 to inform Berry Street about the potential application of the Common Elements or ‘Kernels’ approach to child and family welfare practice. The paper was prepared by Dr Penny Mitchell.