Editorial / Jenny Smith, Chief Executive Officer, Council to Homeless Persons
Introduction / Vicki Sutton, Chief Executive Officer, Melbourne City Mission
Feature: Young People, Trauma and Homelessness
Trauma, the Expectation Not the Exception for Young People Experiencing Homelessness? / Sandra Rabjohns, Housing and Homelessness Reporting and Development Unit, Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
Chapter 1: Experiencing Trauma /Experiencing Homelessness
Homelessness / Madelyn May-Dessmann
On the Flip Side / T.J Facey
My Journey / Jess V.
Towards Dignity and Restoration: A Lived Experience Perspective of Trauma Morgan Lee Cataldo, Lived Experience Service Development Worker
Young People, Homelessness and Trauma / Elvis Martin, CHP PESP member and R U OK? Ambassador
Chapter 2: Responding to Trauma, Program and Service Responses and Initiatives
Structuring Support for Homeless Young People / Laura Petrie, Director of Care Services, Lighthouse Foundation
Living Vicariously: Exploring Strength-based Approaches to Working with Trauma / Jonathon Louth, Research Fellow, Australian Centre for Community Services Research, Flinders University; and Centacare Catholic Family Services.
Therapeutic Approaches to Family Violence, Trauma and Homelessness / Stacey Hill, Elyce Sandri and Jigisha Sanghvi, U-Thrive Intensive Family Violence Support Program, Melbourne City Mission
It Doesn’t Have to be Therapy to be Therapeutic / Brendan Pearl, Homeless Youth Dual Diagnosis Practitioner, Hope Street Youth and Family Services and SUMITT North Western Mental Health
A Glass of Milk: With Mental Health Support / Alana Kohn and Vanessa Leongue, Mental Health Clinicians, check-in @ Frontyard Youth Services, Melbourne City Mission
Journeying with Young People Through Their Trauma / Magdalena Stanojcic, Case Worker, Western Reconnect, Melbourne City Mission
Ask The Right Questions / Jennifer Furby, Manager, Dandenong Youth Services, WAYSS Ltd.
Hope Street’s Therapeutic Art and Crafts Program / Jude Steward, Boost Specialist Practitioner, Hope Street Youth and Family Services
The Salvation Army Youth and Family Services: A Psychologically Informed Environment / Angie Jaman, Clinical Psychologist at Salvation Army Youth and Family Services
Family Homelessness: The Trauma of Parentification / Lee Ann Farley and Karol Josevska, Family Crisis Accommodation Service, Melbourne City Mission
Lessons to be Learned from Young People / Stacey Veness, HYPA Clinical Care Manager and Claire Boardman, Manager HYPA Homes.
There’s Goals and Then There’s Goals: Planned Support in the Context of Trauma and Tenancy Sustainment / Adam Barnes, Housing Services Senior Manager, Brisbane Youth Service
Walking the Talk: Self-care and Working with Trauma — Reflections of a worker in the youth homelessness sector / Marita Hagel, Youth Coach, Detour Program, Melbourne City Mission
The Importance of Trauma-Informed Juvenile Justice / Natalia Gale, Projects and Policy Officer, Yfoundations
360 Degree Panoramic Views / James Inabinet, Manager Teaching and Learning Practice, The Hester Hornbrook Academy, with input from Owen Smith, Evita Lopez, Carla Dullard
Hope Street Wellbeing and Safety Plans / Christine Fagan, Program Manager North East, Hope Street Youth and Family Services
Clinical Supervision… The way forward… Don’t ya think? Reflections from the Youth Housing Support Program at South Port Community Housing Group / Rebecca Blight, Barbara Leon and Claire Lilburne, Southport Community Housing Group Inc/
Chapter 3: Reflections on Trauma, Young People and Homelessness: Policy and Research
Youth Homelessness and Trauma-informed Housing Practice: A Brief Introduction and Consideration of Potential Barriers / Daniel Kuzmanovski, University of South Australia
Unaccompanied Teens, Trauma and Homelessness: Who Cares? / Catherine Robinson, Social Action and Research Centre, Anglicare Tasmania
Containing Trauma / Mark Furlong PhD
The Case For Counsellors In Youth Refuges / Kat Perdriau, Youth Reconciliation Practitioner, Hope Street Youth and Family Services
Opinion / Donna Bennett
SOURCE: “Parity.” The Council to Homeless Persons, April 2018.
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