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Blue Knot Foundation – National Centre of Excellence for Complex Trauma

What we do:

  • Empower recovery and build resilience for the 1 in 4 Australian adults who experience the impacts childhood trauma
  • Provide support, education and resources for the families and communities of adult survivors of childhood trauma 
  • Develop and disseminate best practice and research evidence around complex trauma
  • Build national workforce capacity around complex trauma treatment, trauma-informed practice and managing vicarious trauma
  • Drive innovation in complex trauma policy, practice and service delivery
  • Embed trauma-informed policy, practice and systems change within organisations and the community

 

empowering recovery from childhood trauma 

How we do this:

Education and Training


A workforce that understands trauma and works in a trauma-informed way is integral to the recovery of survivors and their loved ones. This includes frontline workers working in a range of roles within the community through to practitioners working therapeutically with people impacted by complex trauma. Learn More



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Building a trauma-informed community


Whether  it’s from assault or violence, or as the result of a flood, fire or accident, in childhood or as an adult, trauma is very common. It affects us all. By building a trauma informed community, which is a community that understands the nature of trauma, its impacts and possibilities for recovery, we not only support and empower survivors, but we also look after ourselves.  Learn More


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Using research and practice evidence to inform complex trauma treatment, including child sexual abuse

Blue knot Foundation, National Centre of Excellence analyses evidence from research and practice, to identify what works and what doesn’t work in treating complex trauma. Our work highlights the critical differences between the nature, dynamics and treatment of single incident trauma (PTSD) and complex trauma. Learn more



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National Apology Viewing Events

 


The National Apology will be given to victims and survivors of institutional child sexual abuse on October 22nd by the Prime Minister in Canberra. Viewing events are being held around the country. To find out more about these viewing events please click here


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