Professional Learning & Training
Research at Relationships Australia NSW:
In addition to research about relationships, we:
Ethical issues that relate to research with our clients and staff members are monitored by our in house ethics committee.
In the first instance, we conduct research to inform our practice and operations. We also collaborate with community, non-government and government partners to inform appropriate and effective policy and practice. As such, we are currently undertaking a wide range of internal evaluations, and are in partnerships with a diverse set of external academics.
In 2015, Relationships Australia NSW developed a partnership with ACON (formerly the AIDS Council of New South Wales). This cross-agency, implementation research project will develop and test group interventions for perpetrators and survivors of domestic and family violence. We are:
This project aims to test the effectiveness of a newly developed online seminar for parents who have children five years or younger, and who are going through a separation. The aim is to provide additional parenting support to help parents reduce the negative impact of acrimonious separations on young children. We are:
To constantly improve our own service we conduct a wide range of internal research projects. We are currently studying: