Our members are editing a special edition of Australian Community Psychologist.
The TALK Program enhanced children’s resilience within a low socioeconomic primary school where children were shown to have poorer social skills and a lower sense of belonging.
A specialised resilience measure for the recruitment and management of people who need a security clearance is being developed.
Building awareness within psychologists and the community of the benefits of resilience.
Indigo is a free service supporting those who may be affected by the diagnosed or undiagnosed mental illness of a family member or close friend.
Lifespan members have proposed a conference presentation entitled Resilience - Why bother? to be presented at the University of Brighton, England in April, 2011.
Professor Adam Graycar from the Australian National University was the Centre's guest speaker at the end of year public seminar.
Sgt Tony Breen from Victoria Police presented highly successful seminars on police education, training and management of sexual offences.
More than 200 guests from government and industry celebrated the launch of ECU's inaugural Research Week at the Engaging with Research@ECU event in August 2009
A literature review highlighting long-term health sequelae of sexual trauma and whether understanding translates into medical education and treatment.
Researchers will research and evaluate the It Takes a Village: Multicultural Early Learning Program operating in the south-east corridor of Perth.
ECU researchers have officially launched the Social Justice Research Centre at a ceremony held on the Joondalup Campus.
Professor Susan Lea from Plymouth University was a Visiting Scholar with the Centre for 6 weeks conducting a series of master classes and seminars.