Projects currently in progress

Jelena Milic manages this study which aims to test the effectiveness of Motivational Interviewing (MI) at First Point of Contact on short, medium and

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Jelena Milic manages this study which aims to test the effectiveness of Motivational Interviewing (MI) at First Point of Contact on short, medium and long-term client outcomes. Recruitment for this study is through the Gambling Helpline Service and we thank the Family Relationships Advice Line staff who are helping us with this project. Tulsi Achia is also assisting Jelena on this project.

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Tulsi Achia is working with John Cleary (from family dispute resolution operations) to test the

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Tulsi Achia is working with John Cleary (from family dispute resolution operations) to test the effectiveness of FDR41. FDR41 is a one-session problem solving and skills learning based program aimed to assist parties who approach the mediation service but are unable to proceed further due to the other party not participating for one reason or another. 

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Riyad Rahimullah manages the Barriers to Treatment study which will involve asking RAQ clients about their perceived barriers to

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Riyad Rahimullah manages the Barriers to Treatment study which will involve asking RAQ clients about their perceived barriers to accessing services. The study will also assess clients’ well-being, perceptions of need for ongoing service, and satisfaction with any service received to date.

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Tulsi Achia is working with Jan Elston who runs the Mental Health and Wellbeing Hub for the Logan and Southern Moreton Bay Islands, on this project. The Mental Health and Wellbeing Hub program, is based on the Wheel of Wellbeing model. The purpose of the evaluation is to measure impact of the MHWB activities across three main dimensions aligned with the core aims of the Hub initiative:

  • Community awareness and promotion
  • Capacity building
  • Coordination
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Tulsi Achia is working with Jan Elston who runs the Mental Health and Wellbeing Hub for the Logan and Southern Moreton Bay Islands, on this project. The Mental Health and Wellbeing Hub program, is based on the Wheel of Wellbeing model. The purpose of the evaluation is to measure impact of the MHWB activities across three main dimensions aligned with the core aims of the Hub initiative:

  • Community awareness and promotion
  • Capacity building
  • Coordination
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We are working with the Relationships Australia National Research Network to implement 3 National projects o

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Aditi Lohan is working with the Relationships Australia National Research Network (NRN) to implement 3 National projects over the next 3 years. RAQ will take a lead on a National project examining parent and child mediation outcomes. RA VIC is taking a lead on investigating the outcomes of property mediation. RA NSW is investigating DFV. More communication about these projects will come closer to the end of 2017.

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