Encouraging the sharing of research and project evaluations in the area of families where a parent has a mental illness
Research provided here has been submitted by clinicians, researchers and students and is ethics approved or has been conducted ethically with the informed consent of participants.
- Gaining knowledge about parental mental illness: Does it empower children?
- Intervention programs for children whose parents have a mental illness: a review
- Can early intervention help children who have a parent with a severe mental illness? A literature review and services evaluation abstract. (Request full articles from Anna Wiederroth)
- ‘It’s not that straight forward’: When Family Support Is Challenging for Mothers Living With Mental Illness (Abstract). Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal.
- The experiences of parents with an eating disorder
- The Father’s Information Resource: A mixed-method website evaluation
- Obstetric and neonatal outcomes of pregnant women with severe mental illness at a specialist antenatal clinic
- Lives unseen: unacknowledged trauma of non-disordered, competent Adult Children Of Parents with a Severe Mental Illness (ACOPSMI)
- Goal setting in recovery: families where a parent has a mental illness or a dual diagnosis
- Goal setting within family care planning: families with complex needs
- “Family Focus”: An evaluation of an e-learning resource for professionals working with families where a parent has anxiety and/or depression
- Mental health consumer and carer participation: why we bother
Programs for parents
- Enhancing parenting skills for parents with mental illness: the Mental Health Positive Parenting Program
- An Evaluation: Use of the Circle of Security Handouts within the Women and Children’s Program
Programs for young people
- The clinical effectiveness, cost-effectiveness and acceptability of community-based interventions aimed at improving or maintaining quality of life in children of parents with serious mental illness: a systematic review. – International review including COPMI programs in Australia.
- Outcomes of the On Fire peer support programme for childen and adolesents in families with mental health problems
- Experiences of peer support for childen and adolescents whose parents and siblings have mental illness
- ‘SMILES’ program evaluations: A peer-supported program for children whose parent or sibling has a mental illness
- Taz Kids Club Evaluation Report – University of Tasmania
Submit COPMI-related research
The COPMI national initiative aims to facilitate access to research and project evaluations. However, if your work is of a general nature and/or of interest to an Australian audience, we encourage you to contribute.
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