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Blue Knot Foundation Blog

Check out our recent blog posts to stay up to date with our work, latest research and articles curated by the Blue Knot Foundation Marketing & Communications team. Should you have any suggestions or contributions please contact us via email:


The International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation (ISSTD) is the oldest organization supporting and educating therapists, researcher...

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The true measure of any society is how it treats its most vulnerable members” Mahatma Ghandi As human beings we can all be vulnerable; vulnerab...

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‘#unitebkd2017 in Support of Adult Survivors of Childhood Trauma’ Preparations are well underway for Blue Knot Foundation’s nationa...

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For a quarter of a century, the concept of “false memories” has provided a scientific fig leaf for sceptics of child sexual abuse allegati...

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Llewellyn-Jones Implores Action
This article appeared in THE AUSTRALIAN on September 12, 2017, written by Robert Llewellyn-Jones, we highlight this emotive paragraph and below we ins...

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Blue Knot Day - Get Involved now
Preparations are well underway for Blue Knot Foundation’s national awareness and fundraising day, Blue Knot Day, which this year will be held on...

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That Other Taboo Subject: Death
By Julie Steele I’m not yet in my twilight years, but turning seventy has focused my mind, especially as my partner and I are about to embark o...

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The Art Of Healing Trauma
By Breaking Free editor Jane Macnaught This month I am introducing a website that the Blue Knot Helpline counselling team have in their resources kit...

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Marathon Support From Yvie
“I was blown away by the support that the organisation provides. It made me feel less vulnerable, that people like me were heard and recognised,...

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My Story by Michelle: A Moment To Shine
My Story by Michelle “For 45 years I always (as well as others) dumped the reason for my challenges under the issue of 'childhood abandonment'....

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“Blue Knot Foundation has a key role to play in the building of community capacity in care provision to those who have experienced childhood abuse and trauma in any environment.”

NIALL MULLIGAN Manager, Lifeline Northern Rivers

“I think Blue Knot Foundation is a fantastic support organisation for people who have experienced childhood trauma/abuse, for their families/close friends and for professionals who would like to learn how to more effectively work with these people.”

Psychologist Melbourne

“It's such a beautiful thing that you are doing. Helping people to get through this.”


“It was only last September when I discovered the Blue Knot Foundation website and I will never forget the feeling of support and empathy that I received when I finally made the first phone call to Blue Knot Helpline, which was also the first time I had ever spoken about my abuse.”


"At last there is some sound education and empathetic support for individuals and partners impacted by such gross boundary violations.”


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The information and resources on this site are provided for general education and as information and/or a guide only. They do not replace, and should not be used as a substitute for, counselling, therapy or other services, and should at no time be regarded or treated as professional advice of any kind. Personal needs and circumstances should always be carefully and thoroughly considered to determine the optimal approach in each individual case.