Parents juggling the guilt and pressure of work and family life might be pleased to know research shows keeping down a job is actually good for children. Income from work can create better outcomes and well-being for children while other research suggests working parents are modelling a positive work ethic for their kids. Unfortunately, such facts don’t […]
Dr Divna Haslam is head of international research development at the PFSC and chair of the Triple P Research Network. She is a registered clinical psychologist with experience in hospital and private clinical settings. Her research focuses on the prevention of the development of social-emotional and behaviour problems in children through delivery of evidence-based interventions, particularly issues relating to the work-family interface, as well as the relevance, cultural acceptability and effectiveness of evidence-based parenting interventions in low and middle income countries. She is the author of the Workplace Triple P Program which aims to reduce work-family conflict in working parents.
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