Thank you and congratulations to all presenters and delegates of the 2014 HFCC. In a constant endeavour to improve all aspects of the annual conference, we have provided a platform for you to leave your thoughts about this year’s conference and to gather suggestions for future HFCCs. Please click on the following link to complete […]
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The University of Queensland’s Triple P – Positive Parenting Program significantly reduces the number of serious cases of emotional and behavioural problems in children when used as a public health strategy, interim findings of a major independent evaluation have found. A study conducted by the National University of Ireland on the introduction of Triple P […]
One of the country’s leading philanthropic foundations has recognised the role the University of Queensland’s Triple P – Positive Parenting Program plays in creating positive social change. A donation from the Ian Potter Foundation for UQ’s Parenting and Family Support Centre will help support the scientific development and reach of this world-acclaimed program. Professor Matt […]
The way new media tools such as social networks can help Triple P practitioners deal with complex cases will be part of a plenary session at next month’s Helping Families Change Conference in Sydney. The presentation is one of a number of must-attend events at the conference which will keep practitioners and researchers up to […]
Triple P International is delighted to announce a set of Open Enrolment trainings in Sydney during February. Open Enrolment trainings are scheduled for individuals or organisations with a small number of staff to be trained. A range of courses will be available around the time of the conference, please see below for a full list. […]