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“Extremely well presented. Covered salient points in trauma work. Very credible presenter, obviously knows the subject matter well, is clear, informative, and was careful to ensure participant's expectations were met.”
“It was wonderful training given that all my questions and issues were addressed. It felt like 2 days of supervision.”
Clinical and Private Practitioner
“I found the training very informative and a window to many therapies and skills to focus on in the future. The presenter was excellent and certainly demonstrated a well informed knowledge of various modalities and therapies.”
“The presenter did an excellent job! The information was interesting, profound and very relevant. The information was very clear, stimulating and I will find it very helpful when working with clients.”
“Absolutely fantastic workshops! It was great to discuss, hear and walk away with real practical strategies and techniques to assist my clients in becoming more body aware. Excellent resources given.”
Who should attend: More information to come.....SEE FULL DETAILS
Who should attend: Anyone in the workplace from diverse sectors including but not limited to health, mental health, AOD, community, legal, justice, , domestic and family violence, child protection, emergency, disability, housing, settlement, and/or employment services....SEE FULL DETAILS
This one day interactive professional development training builds on the principles of trauma-informed care and practice explored in Blue Knot Foundation’s training: Foundation for Trauma-informed Care and Practice Level 1. The training will foster insights and skills needed to work relationally with trauma survivors.
A relational approach highlights strategic connection and collaboration as building blocks for resilience and the development of self-regulation skills. This includes working with disclosure in the present rather than seeking details of past trauma, and so reducing the risk of re-traumatisation.
Who should attend: Anyone in the workplace from diverse sectors including but not limited to health, mental health, AOD community, legal, justice, domestic and family violence, child protection, emergency, disability, housing, settlement, and/or employment services....SEE FULL DETAILS
Who should attend: This training is designed for practitioners with foundational complex trauma knowledge and clinical skills, and who work in a counselling and/or therapeutic relationship with complex trauma clients, and utilise clinical assessment, case formulation and treatment/care planning in their daily practice..... SEE FULL DETAILS
Who should attend: Anyone in a leadership or management role in any organisation from the human, health and/or legal sectors...SEE FULL DETAILS
Who should attend: This training is designed for practitioners who work in a counselling or therapeutic relationship with complex trauma clients.
Psychologists, clinical psychologists, counsellors, psychotherapists, mental health nurses, social workers, general practitioners, psychiatrists, other allied health professionals....SEE FULL DETAILS
Who should attend: All staff and practitioners working with victims of DFV in any capacity, either in specialist DFV services or within generalist services to which people with experiences of interpersonal violence present for support.....SEE FULL DETAILS