Understanding and Responding to Trauma
“This workshop has been instrumental in the design and reconfiguration of the service model particularly in relation to the theory underpinning the service delivery approach”
Do you support people who have experienced trauma or abuse?
Many people who experience mental distress have experienced trauma in their lives. Trauma can result from family dysfunction, school or workplace bullying, violence and conflict, neglect and abuse.
Trauma survivors are at risk of being re-traumatised in social service and health care settings that are not trauma informed. Services that do not understand and respond effectively to the impacts of trauma risk compounding the effects and creating further harm.
This course is designed for workers within the mental health and community service sectors who support people who may have experienced abuse or trauma in the context of human relationships.
Who is this for?
- Mental health workers
- AOD workers
- Housing, homelessness and refuge workers
- Community service workers