How anger became the forgotten emotion
Characters like Succession’s Logan Roy can teach us a lot about anger and trauma and why we need to understand the link say University of Melbourne experts.
We must act now to stop child sexual exploitation in residential care
The Australian state of Victoria must properly resource and implement policies to prevent child sexual exploitation, say University of Melbourne experts.
The mental health of young African Australians
Young African Australians facing mental health issues need culturally appropriate support to fulfil their potential says University of Melbourne expert.
New hope for treating PTSD
Posttraumatic stress disorder treatment usually focuses on the traumatic experience, but world-first University of Melbourne research may offer an alternative.
Trust betrayed: Attacked from the inside out
Women are exposed to a particularly insidious and damaging trauma when subjected to Intimate Partner Sexual Violence, says University of Melbourne expert.
Building togetherness in the face of disaster
A ten year University of Melbourne study into the Black Saturday bushfires highlights importance of community and connection in a lesson for future disasters
Women who use force
While family violence is predominantly perpetrated by men, it’s important to understand the reason why some women use force, say University of Melbourne experts
How could mental health peer support workers improve Emergency Departments?
Peer support workers with lived experience benefit people in mental distress seeking help at an Emergency Department , finds University of Melbourne research.
What’s the impact of COVID-19 on pre-school kids?
A new University of Melbourne survey is looking to understand the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on younger kids – and why they may not simply bounce back.
A powerful opportunity for change
A University of Melbourne expert asks can the challenges we face during the coronavirus pandemic help us reconsider what matters most and how we live our lives?