Trauma informed practice for frontline practitioners
- Learn about the types and prevalence of trauma in our community
- Understand how trauma impacts all aspects of a person’s wellbeing
- Recognise the signs and symptoms of trauma
- Gain basic skills in how you can respond and encourage healing from trauma
- Understand trauma theory and trauma neurobiology
- Develop knowledge of trauma-informed, healing-centred practice
- Expand knowledge of therapeutic trauma-informed practice tools
- Gain confidence to implement therapeutic skills in diverse settings
- Receive support to undertake a trauma informed organisational audit in your centre.
Training provider: Women’s Health and Equality Queensland
Women’s Health and Equality Queensland (WHEQ) are leaders in women’s health, gender equity and the primary prevention of violence in Queensland. We provide counselling, therapeutic groups & women’s health services for women with experiences of violence, as well as professional education, community programs & structural reform.
Date and time: 9am-5pm, Wednesday 20 July 2022 (registration from 8:30am)
Venue: DLA Piper, Level 9, 480 Queen Street, Brisbane
Cost: $50 (invoices for payment will be issued after your EOI is accepted).
Register: Please submit your EOI – as there are only 20 spots available, a maximum of 2 people per centre will be accepted. This training is open to Queensland CLC staff only.
Travel subsidies are available for regional and remote CLCs. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
This masterclass is generously funded by a grant from the Department of Justice and Attorney-General’s Office for Women and Violence Prevention, through their Investing in Queensland Women 2022 grant program. Travel subsidies may be available to participants from centres in rural, regional and remote areas.