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May
31
Talking About Trauma - Primary Health Care Providers
This publication seeks to educate the primary health care sector about the nature, types and adverse health impacts of trauma. Its goal is to help build the capacity of primary care providers to better engage with patients impacted by trauma, as a precursor to skills-based training.

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Jan
14
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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Oct
03
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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Oct
02
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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May
17
Child abuse royal commission: Justice McClellan warns churches to change or risk illegitimacy

Every major Australian church has been cautioned to better protect children or risk illegitimacy. In a speech to the National Council of Churches, the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse chairman Justice Peter McClellan urged religious leaders to act on his recommendations.

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May
10
National child sex abuse redress scheme gets Budget allocation
The Federal Budget has allocated $33.4 million to the setting up of the national redress scheme for survivors of institutional child sexual abuse. Supporters of the scheme have welcomed the funding and are urging the states, churches and charities to opt-in to the scheme.

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Oct
10
Turnbull government announces massive compensation scheme for sex abuse victims

States, churches and charities are under pressure to support the federal government's national scheme to compensate victims of child sexual abuse with payments of up to $150,000. 

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Oct
05
Trauma and the Law

The Victorian Law Institute Journal has published Blue Knot Foundation’s foundational paper for the legal and justice sector Dealing with Trauma, click here to read the published paper.

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Aug
31
'Children abused across all institutions, not just churches': Francis Sullivan on RN Breakfast
Today, the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse will return its focus to the Catholic Church and its response to reported abuse in the Hunter region.

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Jul
28
Police investigating Cardinal George Pell child abuse allegations: report
Police are investigating multiple allegations of child abuse against Australia's most senior Catholic cleric, Cardinal George Pell, including that he touched the genitals of children while swimming in a public pool in Ballarat in the late 1970s.

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Talking About Trauma - Primary Health Care Providers by admin
on Friday, 31 May 2019.
Understanding about memory by Kate
on Tuesday, 19 March 2019.
Education and Training by admin
on Monday, 14 January 2019.
Building a trauma-informed community by admin
on Tuesday, 3 October 2017.
Using research and practice evidence to inform complex trauma treatment, including child sexual abuse by admin
on Monday, 2 October 2017.

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