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Shutting the school gate on God: a teacher’s view

Shutting the school gate on God: a teacher’s view

Crikey November 19, 2012 8 Comments

The controversial "chaplains in schools" program split one Victorian state high school, as teacher Chris Fotinopoulos reports. He asked the students what they thought of religion in school.

Coming to grips with the trauma that is, in reality, news

Crikey April 13, 2011 3 Comments

I kept telling myself that I wasn’t the first journalist to experience trauma. And that this certainly wasn’t going to be the last time, writes Erdem Koc, who teaches journalism at La Trobe University.

The regulation of counselling

Crikey April 6, 2010 5 Comments

With the recent media and government focus on the regulation of counselling and psychotherapy, we thought it timely to learn what these terms actually mean. Psychologist Stephen Andrew and Psychotherapist Zoë Krupka explain.

The painful world of IVF addicts

Crikey January 18, 2010

IVF holds only a slim chance of actually making a female pregnant. So, what happens when a woman's desperation is mixed with a costly medical procedure? asks Mia Freedman.