We bring together life course, clinical and public health research and practice to describe the major milestones in emotional life, advise on the most effective approaches to intervening at the earliest opportunities in troubled pathways, and engage systems for translating this knowledge broadly.
Intergenerational-Early Childhood Stream
Promoting emotional health from childhood to parenthood and into the next generation.
Childhood to Adolescence Stream
Promoting emotional health from childhood to adolescence, across puberty.
Adolescent to Young Adulthood Stream
Promoting emotional health from adolescence into young adulthood.
Lifecourse Sciences Theme
Understanding the developmental origins of mental health and disorder
Intervention Sciences Theme
Designing interventions to promote emotional security and social connection
Translation Sciences Theme
Harnessing system-based approaches to disseminate effective interventions.
Join our research team
To become a SEED research student you need to have a clear vision of what you want to investigate. This could be the origins of social and emotional health, emotional regulation in children, or understanding positive youth development.
In just a few steps you could be finding new and better ways to deliver preventative intervention or promoting a secure start to emotional life for all children.
Centre for Social and Early Emotional Development (SEED)
Email Lisa Carzino
Ph: +61 3 9246 8758
221 Burwood Highway
Burwood VIC 3125