Groups that work: Selected Topics Tested Aphasia group plans to support communication at every level / by Melissa S. Richman
Publication: . 148 pages : 30 cm. ISBN: 0997378905
Children of parents with mental illness 2 : personal and clinical perspectives by Cowling, Vicki
Publication: 2004 ACER Press, Camberwell, Vic . xix, 242 pages ; 25 cm. ISBN: 0864314736
Australian Injectable Drugs Handbook.
Publication: Collingwood, Vic. : Society of Hospital Pharmacists of Australia, 2017. . 530 pages ; 25 cm. ISBN: 0958688184
Joe's diary : a SANE guide for young people.
Publication: [South Melbourne, Vic.] : SANE Australia, 2001. . 37 p. ; 21 cm. ISBN: 1875182659
Infants of parents with mental illness : developmental, clinical, cultural and personal perspectives
Publication: Bowen Hills, Qld. : Australian Academic Press, 2008. . xi, 271 p. : 22 cm. ISBN: 1921513039
Wishing wellness : a workbook for children of parents with mental illness by Clarke, Lisa Anne
Publication: . 127 pages : 28 cm. ISBN: 1591473136
I'm not alone : a teen's guide to living with a parent who has a mental illness by Sherman, Michelle D. Teen's guide to living with a parent who has a mental illness.
Publication: . viii, 130 pages : 24 cm. ISBN: 1592981186
Making Mummy better : A child's experience of postnatal depression by Scott, Denise
Publication: Richmond, Vic. : Spectrum Publications, 2001. .  p. : 30 cm. ISBN: 0867863153
Australian don't rush to crush handbook / Don't rush to crush
Publication: Collingwood : Society of Hospital Pharmacists of Australia, July 2018. . 656 pages : 25 cm. ISBN: 0958894469
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LIBRARY & INFORAMTION WEEK 2019
- We had a successful Library & Information Week 2019. There were more than 200 staff members to participate in training sessions.
- Clinicians Health Channel has published our successful story in their current newsletter. Clinicians Health Channel Newsletter April 2019