Experiences of people with mental ill-health involved in family court or child protection processes : A rapid evidence review

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Higgins, Daryl, McDougall, James, Trew, Sebastian and Suomi, Aino. (2021). Experiences of people with mental ill-health involved in family court or child protection processes : A rapid evidence review Melbourne, Victoria: Institute of Child Protection Studies, Australian Catholic University. https://doi.org/10.24268/acu.8w64y
AuthorsHiggins, Daryl, McDougall, James, Trew, Sebastian and Suomi, Aino
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[Extract] The National Mental Health Commission requested the Institute of Child Protection Studies (ICPS) at Australian Catholic University to undertake a rapid high-level review of the issues relating to the experiences of people with mental ill-health who are involved in family court and/or child protection processes. The purpose of the review is to identify issues and implications for areas where work can be done to address stigma in three domains: self-stigma, public stigma, and structural stigma/discrimination.

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PublisherInstitute of Child Protection Studies, Australian Catholic University
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