For Health Professionals

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Testimonials

“I have attended one of your workshops for Health Professionals and found it to be one of the most enlightening and useful trainings I have attended. In particular, I really got an understanding of how to best deal with people in crisis related to past trauma.”

FRANCENE

“The workshop was outstanding - could be used for all practitioners no matter what their discipline. I would hope that you would promote it among psychologists - particularly because the focus was on "abuse" without putting the various types of abuse into boxes.”

ANNE O'BRIEN

“I recommend Blue Knot Foundation's trauma training to every professional, worker of all setting, survivor, and carer. The better trained the earlier the diagnosis and a better chance for survivor recovery.”

PASCALE STENDELL IT Matters

“I would highly recommend Blue Knot Foundation training. The information and research is impressive and relevant; the facilitator knew her stuff, was engaging and provided relevant examples.”

ANONYMOUS

Resources for Health Professionals

This section of the website contains useful information for health professionals who work in various capacities with clients with complex trauma histories. 

Below you will find a fact sheet, a video and extensive information targeted specifically at health professionals. General information and resources for your clients are also available.

 

Fact sheet

Blue Knot Foundation's fact sheet for health professionals: working with complex trauma


Health Professionals Factsheet

"Working clinically with adult survivors of complex trauma"

is a short video for health professionals. It features the lived experience of survivors and presents the evidence base and practice experience of academics and clinicians. Accordingly, it highlights the differences between complex trauma and single incident trauma in causality, dynamics and treatment responses.

Further Resources

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