The School of Health and Social Development run a number of programs that aim to educate and inform communities of significant public health issues.

Theatre-based education programs

Featuring a one-actor performance and a panel discussion by local support services, these theatre-based education programs have been highly praised around Victoria. The programs aim to challenge thinking around two significant public health issues: eating disorders and violence against women.

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Sexual Lives and Respectful Relationships (SL&RR)

SL&RR (formerly Living Safer Sexual Lives: Respectful Relationships or LSSL:RR) uses a community-driven and collaboratively developed model to deliver a peer-led relationships and sexuality program for people with disabilities in local communities. It was developed in collaboration with people with intellectual disability and University researchers.

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Child Play Therapy Workshops

The School of Health and Social Development offers several two-day workshops in the concepts and practice of child play therapy.

These workshops explore the foundational concepts and practice for child play therapy and play therapy methods and engaging children with autism in play.

Learn more about our child play therapy workshops