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Dr. Deborah Absler

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Honorary Research Fellow

Phone: +61 *********
Email: d***@***.au
The University of Melbourne
500 Yarra Boulevard
Richmond, Victoria 3121
Australia

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Dr Deborah ...
healthsciences.unimelb.edu.au, 22 May 2014 [cached]
Dr Deborah Absler Honorary Research Fellow +61 3 9035 7547
Staff - Social Work
www.socialwork.unimelb.edu.au, 31 Dec 2011 [cached]
Dr Deborah Absler (Research Fellow)
Dr Deborah Absler - Social Work
www.socialwork.unimelb.edu.au, 22 Dec 2011 [cached]
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Dr Deborah Absler is an Honorary Research Fellow in Social Work at the University of Melbourne, attached to the Alfred Felton Child and Family Welfare Research Program. She has previously been employed in the Felton Program as a Research Fellow.
Deborah is a social worker with extensive experience in community mental health services for children, adolescents and families both as a clinician and senior manager, in local and inter-country adoption, sexual assault services and working with the indigenous community. She has also been employed in social work education, in a number of research positions and by the Department of Human Services in service development, mental health policy and program development.
Her PhD, awarded in 2006, was entitled "Relationships, Connectedness and Engagement: A study of the multidimensional components of 'good-enough' collaborative approaches for young people with complex needs and their families. It focussed on identifying practice guidelines for working in partnerships and collaborative approaches, particularly in relation to young people with complex needs.
Deborah operates a Human Services, Social Work & Mental Health Consultancy Practice which provides program and service development and evaluation, organisational consultancy, research and project management, supervision, training and professional development. She specialises in cross program and sector partnerships, collaboration, teamwork building, specialist child and family work & mental health policy, program development and practice.
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Absler, D. "Relationships, Connectedness and Engagement: A Study of the multidimensional components of 'good-enough' collaborative approaches for young people with complex needs and their families. Doctoral Thesis, Melbourne University, 2006. http://eprints.infodiv.unimelb.edu.au/archive/00002463/
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Absler, D. and O'Neill, C. "It must be because....Non-biological care and mental health in Australia. Part III. Who refers - and why? Children Australia. 24 (2), 1999.
Absler, D. and O'Neill, C. "It must be because...Non-biological care and mental health. Part I. Setting the context. Children Australia. 23 (3), 1998.
Reports
Contole, J., O'Neill, C., Mitchell, G., & Absler, D. "Counting the Kids, Final Evaluation Report.
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Absler, D. "Agency Framework Discussion Paper," GordonCare for Children, Internal Document, November 2009.
Absler, D. "Scoping Study for Supported Playgroup for Parents with Mental Ilness," Northern Area Mental Health Services, North East Child FIRST, Internal Document, 2009
Absler, D. & McDermott, F. "Holding the System. An Evaluation of Care Plan Coordination. " Indigo Assessment and Care Plan Coordination Program, Western Region Health Centre, 2009.
Absler, D. "ISP Program Review," MIND Australia, Internal Document, April 2009.
Absler, D. (2009) "Research Circles Analysis," Take Two Berry Street Victoria, Internal document, March 2009
Absler, D. (2008) "Care Teams in Therapeutic Care," Take Two Berry Street Victoria, Internal document, December 2008.
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Absler, D. (2007) "Draft Early Intervention Research Working Group Scoping Study. Internal Report prepared for the Australian Research Alliance for Children and Youth (ARACY) Early Intervention Research Working Group, Alfred Felton Research Program: School of Nursing and Social Work, The University of Melbourne.
Absler, D. (2007) "Building Bridges: Consumer Participation Program Report.
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Absler, D. (2007) "Coordination & Case Management Research Working Group Discussion Paper. Internal Report prepared for the Australian Research Alliance for Children and Youth (ARACY) Coordination & Case Management Research Working Group, Alfred Felton Research Program: School of Nursing and Social Work, The University of Melbourne, May 2007.
Absler, D. & O'Neal, P. (2007) "Violence Against Children: Who Cares?
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Absler, D. Interviews with ACSEPT Network Service Users.
Deborah Absler - Social Work at Melbourne
www.socialwork.unimelb.edu.au, 26 Nov 2008 [cached]
Dr Deborah Absler (Research Fellow)
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Dr Deborah Absler
Research Fellow
Dr Deborah Absler is a social worker with over twenty-six years experience predominantly in community mental health services for children, adolescents and families, in local and inter-country adoption, sexual assault services and working with the indigenous community. She has also been employed in social work education, and by the Department of Human Services in service development, mental health policy and program development.
Her PhD, awarded in 2006, was entitled "Relationships, Connectedness and Engagement: A study of the multidimensional components of ,good-enough' collaborative approaches for young people with complex needs and their families."
Deborah is currently employed part-time as a Research Fellow in the Felton Child and Family Welfare Program, University of Melbourne, coordinating two of the national ARACY research committees "Children and young people with experience of out-of-home care: building a relevant research agenda;" the Co-ordination and Case Management Research Working Group and the Early Intervention Working Group. She also runs a human services, social work and mental health consultancy practice specialising in cross program and sector partnerships, collaboration and teamwork building, specialist child and family work and mental health policy, program development and practice.
Her main research interests include: theory and practice for providing cross program and sector partnerships; collaboration and teamwork; and young people with complex needs.
Publications
Absler, D. "Relationships, Connectedness and Engagement: A Study of the multidimensional components of ,good-enough' collaborative approaches for young people with complex needs and their families." Doctoral Thesis, Melbourne University, 2006. http://eprints.infodiv.unimelb.edu.au/archive/00002463/
——— "Mental illness in children and adolescents." New Paradigm. Melbourne: Psychiatric Disability Services of Victoria, June 2000.
——— "Talking with children about their parent's mental illness or mental health problems" in Cowling, Vicki (ed) Children Of Parents With Mental Illness. Melbourne: Australian Council For Educational Research, 1999.
Absler, D. and O'Neill, C. "It must be because....Non-biological care and mental health in Australia. Part III. Who refers - and why?" Children Australia. 24 (2), 1999.
Absler, D. and O'Neill, C. "It must be because ... Non-biological care and mental health. Part I. Setting the context." Children Australia. 23 (3), 1998.
Reports
Absler, D. Building Bridges: Guidelines for Consumer Participation in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services. Report developed for the Royal Children's Hospital Mental Health Service, June 2007.
Absler, D and P O'Neil. Violence Against Children: Who Cares?
Academic Staff - Social Work at Melbourne
www.socialwork.unimelb.edu.au, 18 Mar 2008 [cached]
Deb Absler +61 3 8344 9429
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