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Interview with 3mdr Radio

23rd October 2018 Reading Time: 1 minutes Media, Anger Management, Behavioural Change, General. 446 views.

On Tuesday October 23rd, David appeared on The imaginary friends show on 3mdr radio to talk about Call Me Dad. Check out the podcast.

Star Journal - Hard road for change

21st October 2018 Reading Time: 1 minutes 850 views.

The Star Journal has published an article talking about the achievements of the students from Hallam Senior College in raising funds from the 24 Hour Marathon and to promote the upcoming Call Me Dad screening.

ABC Gippsland: Finding the Right Support

19th October 2018 Reading Time: 2 minutes Media, Anger Management, General. 900 views.

ABC Gippsland recently featured David and the Call me Dad event on their Facebook page and interviewed David on air.

Male suicide

14th October 2018 Reading Time: 3 minutes Men's Health, Anger Management, Masculinity, Triggers. 953 views.

Lifeline suggests that males are committing suicide at a rate 3 times higher compared to women.  On average it was equating to around 41 male deaths by suicide every week in Australia. It is a very real problem that we need to acknowledge and start talking about.

24 Hour Marathon - Hallam Senior College

27th September 2018 Reading Time: 2 minutes Domestic Violence, General, Programs for Schools. 1062 views.

The students of Hallam Senior College recently completed a 24 Hour marathon to raise awareness for victims for family violence and to promote the upcoming screening of 'Call Me Dad.'

ABC documentary 'Call Me Dad' explores what happens when violent men try to change

16th September 2018 Reading Time: 1 minutes Anger Management, Behavioural Change, Domestic Violence, Masculinity, Media, Men's Health. 1164 views.

Call Me Dad' follows a group of men through a behaviour change program for family violence perpetrators who want to change

A child's behaviour is like an iceberg

16th September 2018 Reading Time: 1 minute Parenting, Behavioural Change, Communication, Relationships, Teenagers. 4044 views.

When you look at an iceberg, on the surface you are only seeing a fraction of what is really going on underneath. Underneath is a jagged, complicated mass of problems.  Much like a Child’s behaviour.  What you see on the surface, is not a true reflection of what is really going on underneath. As a parent, when a child misbehaves or lashes out, we need to look past the surface.  90% of what is going on is actually underneath the surface.  Is our child getting everything they need?

"Call me Dad" Screening and Q & A Panel

6th September 2018 Reading Time: 1 minute Anger Management, Domestic Violence, Behavioural Change, Media, Men's Health, Relationships, Parenting. 1888 views.

Screening of "Call Me Dad" Thursday 1st November 7pm-10pm at Hallam Senior College.

Family violence still effects the Children even if they are not directly abused

27th August 2018 Reading Time: 3 minutes Anger Management, Domestic Violence, General, Masculinity, Parenting, Relationships. 2068 views.

Family violence is called as such because even if the behaviour is only directed towards the Mother, the children are still very much effected. Sometimes 'staying together for the children', is not necessarily the best thing.

Values in a relationship VS self values

6th August 2018 Reading Time: 5 minutes Equality, Relationships. 1496 views.

As living human beings, we all have our beliefs, morals and values that we adhere to. These are the things that are important to us and are the catalyst for how we live our lives. It helps us to set our goals, wishes and wants for the future. When we are living life in a way that aligns with our values, we usually feel that life is good, and things are going to plan. What happens though if the things we are doing or the people that are close to us are not reflecting these values?