We have an enewsletter specifically for health and community workers. It's packed full of expert information, tips and strategies to help you support the mental health and wellbeing of kids.

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The importance of parent engagement: Issue 26, June 2017

Transforming early learning centres through social inclusion

Key transition points help shape primary prevention program

KidsMatter webinar library: resources to support children's mental health

Managing aggressive behaviours in primary school children: Issue 25, April 2017

Presentation and underlying causes of aggressive behaviours in primary school children

Assessment of aggressive behaviours

A KidsMatter approach to developing strategies to help reduce aggressive behaviours

A psychologist's perspective

Supporting children with ADHD and their families: Issue 24, February 2017

Using the KidsMatter framework to support children with ADHD

The importance of early detection, diagnosis and intervention for better outcome for children with ADHD

Interview wtih Dr Daryl Efron from the Children's Attention Project

Screens and children's mental health: Issue 23, November 2016

Cybersafety and children's mental health

Safeguarding children's mental health online

Empowering children to use technology positively

Resources to support children's mental health in the digital age

Supporting children with Autism and their families: Issue 22, September 2016

Autism in the context of the KidsMatter framework

The case for early detection and diagnosis

Effective intervention and treatment programs

Resources to support children with ASD and their families

Suicide prevention in primary school settings: Issue 21, July 2016

How the KidsMatter framework supports children who show signs of mental health difficulties

An approach to the prevention of suicide in children

Responding to children who express suicidal thoughts or behaviours

Resources to support children's mental health

Our top four articles from 2015: Issue 20, June 2016

The different faces of anxiety

Understanding symptoms of depression in children

Trauma in the early years

Children who self-harm

Supporting infants and toddlers with anxiety: Issue 19, May 2016

Understanding anxiety in infants and toddlers

A psychologist's perspective

Working with families and early childhood staff

Resources for supporting infants and toddlers with anxiety

Supporting infant mental health: Issue 18, April 2016

Thinking about cultural diversity: Issue 17, February 2016

Why cultural identity matters to children's wellbeing 

Three ways to build intercultural responsiveness 

Understanding the challenges facing children from culturally diverse backgrounds

Helping children deal with mental health problems: Issue 16, November 2015

Understanding symptoms of depression in children

Self-harm in the early years and at primary school

Supporting children affected by trauma: a GP's perspective 

Trauma and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children

Supporting the social and emotional wellbeing of Aboriginal children: Issue 15, September 2015

Animations developed to support the social and emotional wellbeing of Aboriginal children

Creating the animations through consultation and collaboration

How to use the KidsMatter Aboriginal animations in your work

Understanding Aboriginal concepts of health

The big four: self-harm, anxiety, bullying and body image: Issue 14, June 2015

Children who self-harm

The different faces of anxiety

Behind bullying behaviours

Report: Body image in childhood

Early childhood matters for mental health: Issue 13, April 2015

Mental health difficulties in early childhood

Incidence and early risk factors

Acting early for children's mental health

Working with families to get kids help

Trauma in childhood: Issue 12, February 2015

Trauma in the early years

How to boost trauma resilience

Helping schools to deal with trauma

The rise of secondary trauma

Stress in childhood: Issue 11, November 2014

How kids experience stress

Building resilience to cope with stress

Managing stress through mindfulness

Stress and school refusal

Promoting positive body image in childhood: Issue 10, June 2014

Childhood trends in body image

Body image: A resource for schools

Body image and mental health

Building body image at school

New products for professionals: Issue 9, April 2014

Video presentations for schools

Video resources for health professionals

Directory for kids’ mental health and wellbeing

Partnership profile: KidsMatter and Smiling Mind

Helping children learn about cybersafety: Issue 8, February 2014

Kids online: The statistics

The internet: A platform for good

eLearning helps professionals connect with families

A cybersafety program that works

From prevention to intervention: Issue 7, December 2013

School adjustment critical to long-term wellbeing 

Treating children for stress disorders 

Kids Helpline offers free counselling to schools

Female autism rates potentially under-diagnosed

Fostering independent children: Issue 6, September 2013

Less anxiety for independent kids

Freedom benefits children's wellbeing

Enewsletter for families

Why sector partnerships matter

Getting in early for good mental health: Issue 5, August 2013

Developments in infant mental health

Mindfulness made easy

Enewsletter for families

Resources to support your practice

Parenting challenges: Issue 4, July 2013

Emotion coaching for parents and carers

Families enewsletter: Helping kids manage emotions

Better health for kids with same-sex parents

Top strategies for parenting a child with a disability

How to help kids fit in: Issue 3, June 2013

Professionally speaking: How to help kids fit in

Families enewsletter: Why belonging is important

New research examines children's wellbeing

New professional development course

Tackling whole-family mental health: Issue 2, May 2013

Professionally speaking: KidsMatter families reap the rewards 

Families enewsletter: Strengthening family relationships

Working with same-sex parented families 

Partnership profile: COPMI

Helping develop children's social skills: Issue 1, April 2013

Professionally speaking: KidsMatter and social development

New KidsMatter enewsletter for families

Sesame Street: Resources for pro-social modelling

Partnership profile: Act-Belong-Commit

 

How the KidsMatter framework supports children who show signs of mental health difficulties