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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.
March 24, 2014

Ramping up the bid to end truancy – considerations for success

By Pamela Nathan Re: ‘Rollout ramped up in bid to beat truancy’, by Patricia Karvelas, published in The Weekend Australian, 22-23 mMarch 2014 Karvelas reports that […]
March 17, 2014

CASSE Booklets now available as online eBooks

**VIEW CASSE BOOKLETS ONLINE** CASSE’s Aboriginal Australian Relations Program booklets, recently endorsed by the NT Chief Minister, Adam Giles, are now available to view as online […]
March 7, 2014

NT Chief Minister endorses CASSE Booklets

The CASSE Team was delighted to receive a letter from Adam Giles, the NT Chief Minister, endorsing the booklets published by CASSE’s Aboriginal Australian Relations Program […]
August 27, 2013

Changing Minds. Saving Lives.

CASSE’s newly published ‘Saving Lives’ booklet is now available to purchase for just $10 each. This 16 page booklet is an introduction to CASSE’s Aboriginal Program […]

Looking for a special gift this Christmas? Our Men's Tjilirra Movement t-shirts look great and support the MTM's work on country. Check them out: casse.org.au/casse-merchand… pic.twitter.com/biU91xa6Bs

About a month ago from CASSE Australia's Twitter via Twitter Web Client