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June 1, 2016

Group overcomes violence

By Pamela Nathan Re: ‘The violent men who do change’, by Cosima Marriner, published in ‘The Age, 27 May, 2016.  Strong Evidence supporting the efficacy of […]
February 25, 2016

Facing up to their actions, their regrets and themselves

By Pamela Nathan Re ‘Domestic violence perpetrators learn they are not the victim in unique Perth rehabilitation program‘, broadcast on ABC’s 7.30,  24/2/2016 Breaking the cycle of domestic […]
November 11, 2015

Psychology Week 2015 – Wednesday update

As we reach the half-way mark for Psychology Week 2015, I would like to share a story that shows, very briefly, how the psychoanalytic psychotherapist might work with someone to understand trauma and violence. The story is taken from 'Saving Lives', the first of CASSE's series of booklets that explore some of the key issues facing people and communities in crisis.
October 5, 2015

Mental Health Week – time to sharpen the focus on domestic violence

Welcome to Mental Health Week. From October 4 - 10, the aim is to shine a light on mental health. As we do so, we also need to expose the dark shadows of domestic violence that lurk hidden in the corners - the pointy, uncomfortable end of mental ill health. Domestic violence is currently big news. As the tragic tally of victims seems to gather momentum with its upward spiral, finally the public outcry is becoming a growing roar of dissent. Domestic violence has to stop. So how can we stop the violence?

Thanks to @suttontoolsau for supporting CASSE and the Men's Tjilirra Movement (MTM) over a number of years by donating high quality hand tools and contributing $30,000 to secure the employment of Walter Jugadai, a local ngangkari. More news: .bit.ly/2M3QWLO pic.twitter.com/HnHSiP9VNe

About 15 hours ago from CASSE Australia's Twitter via Twitter Web Client