Cousins, C. (2018) Parallel Process in Domestic Violence Services: Are we doing harm?, Australian Counselling Research Journal, Vol. 12 (1) 23-28.
Lawrie, R. & Cousins, C. (2018) Reclaiming Our Safe Ways of Parenting: How trauma research is supporting Aboriginal ways of child rearing, Social Work in Focus, Autumn Edition, pp 36-37.
Cousins, C. (2016) Well Supervised Contact: An overlooked part of the Restoration Puzzle, Social Work in Focus, Vol.1, No.4, p28.
Cousins, C. (2016) Taking Care not to Paternalise Victims of Domestic and Family Violence, Social Work in Focus, Vol.1, No.3, pp.14-16.
Cousins, C. (2016) The Potential Impacts of Becoming a Parent on Practice. Children Australia, 41, pp 106-113
Cousins, C. (2010) "Treat Me Don't Beat Me" ... Exploring Supervisory Games and Their Effect on Poor Performance Management, Practice: Social Work in Action.
Cousins, C. (2010) Spreading the Case load: use in the UK, Community Care, September 2010.
Cousins, C. and Yaya, B. (2010) Tried and Tested Workload Management Allocation Tools, Community Care, September 2010.
Cousins, C. (2005) Short term placements and secondments: an exercise in organisational cultural change Australian Journal of Public Administration, Vol.64, Issue 4, pp. 81- 89.
Cousins, C. (2005) The Rule of Optimism: Dilemmas in embracing a strength based approach in child protection work, Children Australia, Vol.30, No.2, pp. 28 – 32.
Cousins, C. (2005) But the parent is trying: the dilemmas workers face when children are at risk from parental substance use in Child Abuse Prevention Newsletter, Australian Institute of Family Studies, Vol.13, No.1, pp. 3 - 7.
Baxter,S. & Cousins, C. (2004) "Linking Child Abuse and Domestic Violence with Animal Cruelty", Central Coast Practice XChange, A worker’s journal, Vol.1, pp. 21- 23.
Cousins, C. (2004) "When is it Serious Enough? The protection of children of parents with a mental health problem, tough decisions and avoiding a 'martyred' child", Australian e-Journal for the Advancement of Mental Health Vol. 3 Issue 2.
Cousins, C & Toussaint, S. (2004) "You wrote what!?….dangers and dilemmas in record keeping", Developing Practice, Vol.10, pp.38 - 45.
Cousins, C. (2004) "Becoming a Social Work Supervisor: A significant Role Transition", in Australian Social Work, Vol.57, No.2, pp.175 - 185.
Cousins, C. (2004) "Where the Explanation Doesn't fit the Injury", in Child Abuse Prevention Newsletter, Australian Institute of Family Studies, Vol.11, No.2, pp. 4 - 13.
Cousins, C. (2003) "The Will to Learn, Not just Teach: challenges and considerations for Educators of Aboriginal Adults", in Australian Journal of Adult Learning, Volume 43, No.1, pp. 101 - 114.
Cousins, C. (2002) "Getting to the Truth: Issues in contemporary qualitative research", in Australian Journal of Adult Learning, Volume 42, No.2, pp. 192 - 204.
Cousins, C. (2018) Blurred Lines: Exploring the impact of Organisationally based Vicarious Trauma on clinicians and clinical practice in supervision, Australian Clinical Supervision Association Conference, Melbourne.
Cousins, C. (2018) The Third Contract: Issues of Employer Curiosity, Expectations and the Ethics of Confidentiality in Employer Funded External Clinical Supervision, Australian Clinical Supervision Association Conference, Melbourne.
Cousins, C. & Lawrie, R. (2017) Advocating for new understandings of Closing the Gap: The underlying impact of collective trauma in Aboriginal Communities, AASW National Symposium, Hobart.
Cousins, C. (2016) Keynote Address: Children’s Voices in Domestic Violence, Connextions Conference, Erina.
Cousins, C. (2016) Parallel Process: Taking Care to avoid a slide from empowerment towards paternalism in Domestic and Family Violence responses, Connextions Conference, Erina.
Cousins, C. (2015) “Uncovering Your Personal Practice Model”, National AASW Symposium, Sydney.
Cousins, C. (2015) “Ensuring Young Children are ‘heard’: Infant Observation principles in family work”, Child Inclusive Practice Forum, Brisbane.
Cousins, C. (2014) Considering Sexualised Behaviours in Context, Child Protection Week Keynote Address, Westmead Children’s Hospital.
Cousins, C. (2014) “Managing Up: A Key Worker Survival Skill?” ACWA Conference, August 2014, Sydney.
Cousins, C. (2014) “Are you OK? The subtle shift from client to worker care in the human services”, ACWA Conference, August 2014, Sydney.
Cousins, C. (2013) Ensuring Young Children are ‘heard’: Purposeful Infant Observation principles in assessing ‘good enough’ parenting, Child Aware Approaches Conference, Melbourne.
Cousins, C. (2009) “Loss, grief and tantrums: the 'dilemma' of an emotional foster carer in an age of professionalisation”, BASPCAN 7th National Congress: Changing Landscapes, Emerging Challenges Contemporary issues in safeguarding children and young people, Swansea, Wales.
Cousins, C.(2007) “Exploring the ‘Why?’ of Case work decisions in child protection.” XIth ISPCAN European Regional Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect, Lisbon, Portugal.
Cousins, C. “It is sad, but it is not my job… Examining factors that lead health care professionals to an acceptance of their child protection responsibilities.” XIth ISPCAN European Regional Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect, Lisbon, Portugal.
Cousins, C. (2006) "Overcoming interagency conflict: the benefit of assisting workers exam the theoretical underpinnings of both their work and their agency context." IPSCAN XVIth International Child Abuse and Neglect Conference, Children in a Changing World: Getting it Right, York, England.
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