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The Talking Child Development podcast unpacks important topics and conversations related to child and family development. Every episode aims to provide mental health professionals with insights into family life based on theory and experience in the field.

Join Dr Ruth Schmidt Neven as she interviews experts including paediatricians, early childhood educators, child psychotherapists and infant-parent therapists. From communication to attachment, we dive into the ‘why’ behind relationships and behaviour.

This podcast is brought to you by the Association of Child and Family Development and Psychodynamic Counselling.

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The Talking Child Development podcast unpacks important topics and conversations related to child and family development. Every episode aims to provide mental health professionals with insights into family life based on theory and experience in the field.

Join Dr Ruth Schmidt Neven as she interviews experts including paediatricians, early childhood educators, child psychotherapists and infant-parent therapists. From communication to attachment, we dive into the ‘why’ behind relationships and behaviour.

This podcast is brought to you by the Association of Child and Family Development and Psychodynamic Counselling.

    #22 Making dadding a team sport again with Ryan Carters

    #22 Making dadding a team sport again with Ryan Carters

    In this podcast episode, Dr. Ruth Schmidt Neven speaks with Ryan Carters, father of three, a former professional cricketer and founder of Dadfit. This non-profit organization aims to ‘make dadding a team sport again’ and support dads’ mental and physical health and promote their relationship skills.
    Talking Child Development is brought to you by the Association of Child and Family Development.
    References: www.acfd.com.auwww.centreforchildandfamily.com

    • 33分
    #21 How a psychodynamic approach contributes to our mental health wth Dr. Ruth Schmidt Neven

    #21 How a psychodynamic approach contributes to our mental health wth Dr. Ruth Schmidt Neven

    In this episode Amanda Stone, educationalist and committee member of the Association of Child and Family Development talks to Dr. Ruth Schmidt Neven, child and adolescent psychotherapist, clinical psychologist, author, and trainer. They discuss the unique contribution of psychodynamic thinking to the promotion of child, adolescent, adult, and family mental health.
     
    Talking Child Development is brought to you by the Association of Child and Family Development. References: www.acfd.com.au www.centreforchildandfamily.com

    • 52分
    #20 Forgotten children: bringing child refugees into focus with Jordana Silverstein

    #20 Forgotten children: bringing child refugees into focus with Jordana Silverstein

    In this podcast episode, Dr. Ruth Schmidt Neven speaks with Dr. Jordana Silverstein, cultural historian, and senior research fellow in the Peter McMullin Centre on Statelessness, in the Melbourne Law School. They speak about her recently published groundbreaking book, Cruel Care: a history of children at our borders, that describes the treatment of child refugees at our borders.
    Talking Child Development is brought to you by the Association of Child and Family Development.
    References: www.acfd.com.auwww.centreforchildandfamily.com

    • 43分
    #19 New frontiers in child and adolescent psychotherapy research: developing the evidence base with Professor Nick Midgley

    #19 New frontiers in child and adolescent psychotherapy research: developing the evidence base with Professor Nick Midgley

    In this podcast episode, Dr. Ruth Schmidt Neven speaks with Professor Nick Midgley in the UK, a Professor of Psychological Therapies with Children and Young People at University College London and the Anna Freud Centre. This episode discusses the essential links between clinical practice and research.
    Talking Child Development is brought to you by the Association of Child and Family Development.
    References: www.acfd.com.au
    www.centreforchildandfamily.com 

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    #18 Mindful separation and divorce without court with Mary Louise Hatch

    #18 Mindful separation and divorce without court with Mary Louise Hatch

    In this podcast episode, Dr. Ruth Schmidt Neven speaks with Mary Louise Hatch, a collaboratively trained family lawyer, mediator, and family dispute resolution practitioner. They discuss her work with parents and families going through separation and divorce and how couples can be helped to avoid the emotionally and financially draining experience of going to court.
     
    Talking Child Development is brought to you by the Association of Child and Family Development. References: www.acfd.com.au www.centreforchildandfamily.com

    • 44分
    #17 Expressing the Unspeakable: Supporting Children Who Have Experienced Family Violence with Dr. Kirsten Meyer

    #17 Expressing the Unspeakable: Supporting Children Who Have Experienced Family Violence with Dr. Kirsten Meyer

    In this podcast episode, Dr. Ruth Schmidt Neven speaks with Dr. Kirsten Meyer, Drama Therapist who has a particular interest in how the Arts can be used to enhance the capacity of care workers to respond to children and young people. Kirsten currently leads a team of creative arts, therapists, and counsellors in a community-based organisation in Melbourne, working with children, young people and their carers who have experienced family violence.
     
    Talking Child Development is brought to you by the Association of Child and Family Development. References: www.acfd.com.au www.centreforchildandfamily.com

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