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Triple P training: success stories

Thanks to Australia's Queensland Government funding, more than 1600 practitioners across the State have benefited from free Triple P training. As a result of this successful initiative, these practitioners have seen tangible results in their work, and for the families and communities they help. Learn more about their inspiring stories.

Life Ed Queensland: Boosting community impact with Triple P

Meet Sue Osmond from Life Ed Queensland. For more than 37 years, Life Ed Queensland has been at the forefront of empowering young minds to make safe and healthier choices. When Sue and the Life Ed team saw an opportunity to extend their support beyond the classroom directly into family homes, they seized it. That’s when Triple P became part of their education offering. Keep reading Sue's story.

JAMIE_SHARP_150_X_150.png Jamie improves lives using evidence, not opinions

Provider Jamie Sharp shares why he’s trained in so many Triple P programs, and how this has helped improve families’ lives. “When you’ve worked supporting parents and families for a while, including in school settings, you want to be using a program that’s easy for parents and carers to apply – and changes families’ lives for the better,” he said. Keep reading Jamie's story.

Judy_150_v3.jpgTriple P training creates positive families – and workplaces, says Judy

For Townsville Hospital and Health Service clinical nurse Judy Reichman and her team, the primary goal is to see little people grow into the best versions of themselves. Triple P training helps them do this, with thousands of North Queensland families already gaining positive parenting support.  Keep reading Judy’s story.

Bushkids_150.pngTriple P “thoroughness” helps rural and remote families from BUSHkids

For more than 16 years, BUSHkids has used Triple P as part of its free preventative and early intervention allied healthcare services for children and families throughout Queensland. According to these two BUSHkids staff, it’s a good fit. Keep reading BUSHKids story.

Winnie Ng “Wow, it’s different now”: how Triple P empowers parents with positive strategies

Although she’s now based in Sydney, Salvation Army chaplain Winnie Ng is grateful for her time spent working in Queensland as she was equipped with free professional development that empowers her in her current role. Keep reading Winnie’s story.

Lisa takes families from teen crisis to confidence


Teen Challenge QLD family support practitioner Lisa Johnson undertook free training in the Standard Teen Triple P Program. Lisa feels the Triple P program is an amazing tool to add to her skill set, “Teen Triple P really hits the spot where families are itching.” 

Keep reading Lisa's story.

Donna supports familiesTriple P supports parents to be the experts on raising their kids: CRAICCHS

For Kamilaroi woman Donna South, a Family Wellbeing Worker at the Cherbourg Regional Aboriginal and Islander Community Controlled Health Services (CRAICCHS), Triple P allows First Nations parents to bring their own knowledge and parenting skills to the experience. Keep reading Donna's story.