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Best Practice/ Next Practice: Working with families when a parent has a mental illness

Posted 23rd January 2018

Family Therapy Mental Health

The Bouverie Centre is proud to be sponsoring and supporting this two day forum exploring and showcasing the work being done to support families where a parent has a mental illness (FaPMI). Best Practice/ Next Practice, which will be held on 1-2 March 2018, is designed to present local Victorian and international research and practice perspectives in the FaPMI field, including preliminary findings from the Victorian Mental Illness Research Fund 'Let's Talk About Children' trial.

People with lived experience, international and local key note speakers, local researchers and practitioners from across Victoria will present a combination of individual presentations and panel discussions about workforce initiatives, peer support programs, and collaboration and co-design initiatives.

There will plenty of time across the two days for audience questions and reflections about your work or experience in this area.

Click here for more information about the forum and how to join us.

Best Practice/ Next Practice: Working with families when a parent has a mental illness

The Bouverie Centre is proud to be sponsoring and supporting this two-day forum exploring and showcasing the work supporting families where a parent has a mental illness (FaPMI).

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