CLCQ Masterclass: Trauma informed practice for frontline practitioners

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 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.


Event Details

Date: July 20, 2022
Time: 9am - 5pm.
Hosted by: Community Legal Centres Queensland
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