10 National Principles for child safe organisations: a guide for psychologists

Child safety Child welfare Psychology Australia

Psychologists are in a fortunate position of working with children and young people in a variety of workplaces: private practice, schools, hospitals, allied health clinics, and other community organisations. As well as contributing to the treatment and management of the impact of child sexual abuse, they can also contribute to fostering conditions that prevent abuse from occurring.

This resource offers suggestions on how to promote child safety by working with the professional and support staff in an organisation. Each page outlines one of the 10 National Principles and gives examples of how to apply to practice and strengthen processes to improve safety for children and young people.

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