Prosody is the pitch and tone of the human voice. It is the very essence of connection. Our blog hosts articles and stories dedicated to innovation, research and practice with children and young people.
Why being trauma informed matters beyond trauma
Dr Melissa Raine considers how Australian culture understands children, how trauma informed responses might impact work with all children, and how the discussion is pertinent to a forthcoming symposium on 'Children's Voices in Contemporary Australia'.Read More
Reflections and Images from the ‘Woodstock’* of Trauma Informed Child Care and Treatments
Dr George Halasz shares his reflections of the second biannual International Child Trauma Conference, and begins the challenge of making sense of the new learnings and their applications when working with children.Read More
#childtrauma2016 reflections – Day 1 – Janise Mitchell
Each day of the 2016 International Childhood Trauma Conference, a member of our ACF team will be sharing reflections from their time at conference. For day 1, our Deputy CEO and Conference Co-Convenor Janise Mitchell discusses the thoughts arising from her time in Professor Michael Yellow Bird's masterclass.Read More