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Record ID: 980d842e-00b4-4a5c-9128-e29cecbdba69
Type: Report
Title: Models of service for working with children and young people who have lived with domestic violenceKids & DV project
Authors: [compiled by] Leslie Gevers Community Management Services
Keywords: Impact on children and young people;Peer education;Counselling;Prevention;Service provision
Year: 1999
Publisher: Dept. of Families, Youth and Community Care
Notes:  Developed by the Kids & DV project (an initiative of the Queensland Department of Families, Youth and Community Care) as a resource for a broad range of services working with children and young people who have lived with domestic violence. Includes a brief description of many of the different types of intervention that are used by service providers across Australia and an outline of 12 different models of service.
Contents:  1: Models of intervention - Group work with children
Play therapy
Visual arts (artwork and art therapy)
Creative arts (drama, role play, music, dance and movement)
Cognitive and educational strategies
Family therapy
Client centred/child centred therapy
Solution-focussed brief therapy
Narrative therapy
Prevention programs
Gestalt approach
Emotional Release Counselling (ERC)
Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR)

3: Child support workers, Brisbane

2: Working with children from non-English speaking backgrounds

13: "Relationship violence - no way!" project

12: Integrated support services project

11: Private practice - children's counselling service

10: Going places - moving on from domestic violence

9: Jundah Safety House

8: Domestic Violence Resource Centre

7: "What about the children?"

6: Domestic Violence Children's Counselling Service (DVCCS)

5: The Talera Centre

4: Child's play therapeutic program
ISBN: 9780724283224
Physical description: 1 v. (various pagings) : ill., (some col.) ; 25 cm.
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