Mallee District Aboriginal Services family program goes global

Mallee District Aboriginal Services lead practitioner Kathy Crouch will travel
to Rome to deliver three presentations at the 17th World Congress of the
Association of Infant Mental Health on the work of the “Wondering from the
Womb” program.

Mallee District Aboriginal Services lead practitioner Kathy Crouch will travel to Rome to deliver three presentations at the 17th World Congress of the Association of Infant Mental Health on the work of the “Wondering from the Womb” program.

AN international infant mental health symposium in Rome will this week discover how an innovative Mallee District Aboriginal Services program has armed frontline staff with the tools to work more efficiently.

MDAS lead practitioner Kathy Crouch will deliver three presentations at the 17th World Congress of the Association of Infant Mental Health (WAIMH) on the work of the “Wondering from the Womb” program.

The program was developed by Ms Crouch and the MDAS Early Years team over two years and its development had been presented at a WAIMH conference in 2015.

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