Members of the general public are becoming more aware of the
prevalence of trauma and how it can affect people. However, many people feel
poorly equipped to have everyday conversations with people they know or suspect
have actually experienced trauma.
Talking about trauma:
guide to everyday conversations for the general public provides a simple
guide, in plain English, to support these critical conversations. Whether you
are starting the conversation yourself (because you suspect a person is
experiencing/has experienced trauma) or you are responding to a person telling
you about their trauma. The following information, evidence and tips will help
you manage the challenges and minimise the risks.
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