The Bouverie Centre has developed a range of services and products to support helping professionals from diverse settings as they seek to be inclusive of families in the work that they do with their primary clients. In this particular section of the website, visitors can access AV demonstrations and other tools for free, as well as purchase a range of therapeutic and training resources - all developed by The Bouverie Centre.
This accessible and user-friendly package includes a video of teachers, students, principals, welfare counsellors and parents speaking about their powerful experiences and personal gains from participating in The Breaking Through (BT) Project. Please note: the resource explains the training program, but is not itself the training program.
This resource is suited for schools. Use in schools. It can however be adapted for health and welfare organisations.
Dead Beat Dad shows Dr. Colin Riess and Robyn Miller conduct the first session with separated parents, Jude a nurse and Alex a free-lance writer, trying to help their 14 year old son Ryan, who has been getting into trouble with the police and has recently been suspended from his second school. The DVD demonstrates the solution oriented approach (Dr. Riess) and the sensitive exploration of the hurts and resilience of the family (Robyn Miller).
This is an ideal teaching resource suited to professionals (case managers, social workers, psychologists and anyone wanting to refer to family therapy), wanting to gain an experience of examples of family therapy and family therapy interventions.
The Bouverie Centre’s new resource kit, designed and developed to build family inclusive practice has been widely distributed and well received by alcohol and other drug services in NSW.find out more
Heaven Bent, a new book edited by Bouverie PhD candidate Luke Gahan and previous ARCSHS PhD student Dr Tiffany Jones, was launched in Melbourne in Oct 2013.find out more