Family Relationships Quarterly
|Newsletter No. 19, 2011||Articles include: screening and risk assessment for family violence, past adoption practices, incarcerated mothers and their adolescent children, an update on trends in couple dissolution, and more.|
|Newsletter No. 18, 2011||Articles include: communication with young people in a family services setting; investigating gender differences in romantic relationships; grandmothers and grandfathers looking after grandchildren; program spotlight on supporting children after separation.|
|Newsletter No. 17, 2010||Special edition on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families
Articles include: the emergence of healing services; strengthening culture and identity for Aboriginal children; family dispute resolution for Aboriginal families; program spotlights on the Healthy Family Circle program and Yorgum Aboriginal Family Counselling Service.
|Newsletter No. 16, 2010||Articles include: a commentary on genuine effort in practice; engaging disadvantaged families in child and family services; shariah law and divorce; servicing rural and remote communities through e-counselling.|
|Newsletter No. 15, 2010||Articles include: shariah law and marriage in Australia, working with families after traumatic events; a whole-of-agency public health approach to family services; the Relationships Australia Indigenous Network; different types of dispute resolution compared; social inclusion indicators.|
|Newsletter No. 14, 2009||Focus on natural disasters: literature review on responses of families, children and adolescents; a whole-of-service response to the 2006 Grampians bushfires; the importance of psychological preparedness for natural disasters.
Also: articles on children and young people where a family member has a mental illness, help for migrant families, couples and finance, and a new directory of post-separation services in Victoria.
|Newsletter No. 13, 2009||Articles include culturally responsive family dispute resolution, children's understandings of post-separation decision making about them, the impact of the global financial crisis on the social service sector, families and antisocial behaviour in schools, spotlight on the Positive Parenting Telephone Service|
|Newsletter No. 12, 2009||Articles on barriers and enablers to engaging with men from a variety of cultural backgrounds, different meanings of child-focused ideal for family dispute resolution practitioners and lawyers, the effects on children of "silent conflict", program spotlights on parenting programs, young adults' attitudes to marriage.|
|Newsletter No. 11, 2009||Articles include families caring for a person with a disability; who calls Mensline and why; P5 Program; attitudes to divorce in Australia; Inaugural Family Relationships Services Australia conference review.|
|Newsletter No. 10, 2008||Articles include using routine data collection at FRCs to examine the ways in which mothers and fathers utilise services; the interplay between the wellbeing of a sole parent and that of their child(ren); Program Spotlight on the Well Ways and Well Ways Duo programs provided by the Mental Illness Fellowship; trends and statistics article on relationship and parenting skills using data from the General Population of Parents Survey.|
|Newsletter No. 9, 2008||Summary of the results of the December 2007 review of the Clearinghouse; agency-based research on addressing client dropout; capacity challenges for service delivery of marriage and relationship education – a research project; First National Indigenous Family and Community Strengths Conference report, Supporting families where there are dual diagnosis issues - seminar report, literature highlights on parental mental illness, and News in brief.|
|Newsletter No. 8, 2008||The family law system and shared care arrangements; men's and women's attitudes to marriage and cohabitation; program spotlight on the 'Partnership' program in WA; Christchurch Youth Health Conference report; DVD review 'Raising children'; book review 'Remember Me'; literature highlights on later-life divorce and retirement and News in brief.|
|Newsletter No. 7, 2008||Identifying parental substance use and misuse in clinical practice; action research at the Hobart Family Relationships Centre; the late discovery of adoptive status; agency spotlight on Anglicare WA; literature highlights on parental substance abuse, intermarriages and prisoners and their families.|
|Newsletter No. 6, 2007||Advent of compulsory family dispute resolution, implications for practitioners; Marital disaffection; the Break Through program for help with relationships; literature highlights on divorce education and services in rural communities; An update on partnership formation trends: what does the 2006 Census suggest?|
|Newsletter No. 5, 2007||Secrecy in adoptive families; competition and comparison in adolescent siblings; rural health conference report; outcomes-based approaches in programs; outcomes of the National Youth Suicide Prevention Strategy; how Australian families spend their time.|
|Newsletter No. 4, 2007||Relationship education evaluation; Family Life's Creating Capable Communities program; measuring resilience in young people; gender and marital satisfaction early in marriage; results of the Relationship Indicators Survey (Relationships Australia).|
|Newsletter No. 3, 2007||Child-focused and child-inclusive family dispute resolution; Sure Start evaluation; trends in choice of celebrant; adolescent health conference report.|
|Newsletter No. 2, 2006||Internet affairs; young men who sexually abuse; trends in couple dissolution; website reviews.|
|Newsletter No. 1, 2006||Family law reform; child dispute services in the Family Court of Australia; social roles and women's health; trends in couple formation.|