William Tyler


Context, diversity and engagement: early intervention with Australian aboriginal families in urban and remote contexts

The intervention is an adaptation of an 8- to 10-week, manualised parenting programme designed for four- to six-year-old children with behavioural difficulties. It was implemented for both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal children in urban Darwin and for Aboriginal children in three communities of the Tiwi Islands...

Let's Start: Exploring Together - an early intervention program for Northern Territory children and families

The Let’s Start project was a trial to implement the Exploring Together Preschool Program (ETPP) in the Northern Territory (NT) for managing behaviour problems in Indigenous and other children. Children from four to six years old whose behaviour was a concern were referred to Let’s...
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Ngaripirliga'ajirri: the implementation of 'Exploring Together' on the Tiwi Islands

From 1999 to 2003, the Tiwi Health Board, in partnership with University researchers, undertook the implementation of the Exploring Together Program as part of a preventive strategy in response to serious social problems affecting young Tiwi people, their parents and families.