This Mental Health Professionals Network resource explores how mental health practitioners can work together better to support the mental health needs of those who have experienced family violence.
This report documents the history and outcomes of the NAMHS Parternship Project. The project aimed to explore ways that mental health, family violence and sexual assault services could work together to more effectively respond to women’s needs.
This Victorian Community Council Against Violence guide aims to assist mental health clinicians in identifying and responding to family violence.
This Australian Domestic & Family Violence Clearinghouse factsheet explores the mental health consequences for victims of family violence.
This flyer contains information about how to access the Trauma-Informed Care and Practice Organisational Toolkit (TICPOT). Trauma-Informed Care and Practice is an approach whereby all aspects of service delivery are organised around the recognition and acknowledgement of trauma and its prevalence, alongside awareness and sensitivity to its dynamics.
Information for mental health practitioners
For information and resources for working with clients who’ve experienced family violence, visit the 1800RESPECT website.