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Awareness of trauma, including of complex trauma has progressed over the last 20 years. This includes the development of the framework called “Trauma-informed care and practice”. This framework is informed by new knowledge around attachment, development, the way body stores trauma, memory and an understanding of self.
This face-to-face training supports the participants to:
Have a better understanding of trauma and its prevalence
Understand how trauma’s impact is multi-faceted
Have a better understanding of how it impacts relationships and the body
Have a deeper understanding of how people who have been affected by trauma experience the world
Develop practical strategies to enhance safety and minimise re-traumatisation
Duration: 2.5-3 hours
Venue: On-site or via Zoom
Facilitator: Anisa Varasteh, Clinical Sexologist, Licenced Mental Health Practitioner
Cost: Contact us for a quote.
Frequently Asked questions
Who is this course suitable for?
This training is suitable for mental health, education, aged-care or disability organisations.
Please note this is a face-to-face (on site) training available to companies and organisations (not individuals).