Trauma Informed Care training - November | UniSC | University of the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia

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Trauma Informed Care training - November

This workshop provides essential training for health providers and community services working with clients affected by trauma.

Delivered by Phoenix Australia, the workshop was developed by mental health clinical experts and informed by research, practice knowledge and input from trauma survivors.

Your presenter, a clinical psychologist, will explain the principles of Trauma-Informed Care and how they can be applied to support client wellbeing.

This workshop also helps to build the necessary skills to develop and implement policies and procedures that create a safe environment to support those with a history of trauma.


COST: $100 (heavily subsidised thanks to Australian Government funding)


Who should do this workshop?

Health providers and community services seeing a high caseload of clients affected by trauma.

This workshop is designed for people with no, or minimal, mental health skills training and does not require a previous qualification.


About the organiser

The Alliance for Suicide Prevention has provided workshop tickets at a highly subsidised price of $100 per person to allow more organisations to access this training. We believe in building better community mental health through free or subsidised training. This discounted ticket price is only possible due to funding from the Australian Government's Bushfire Recovery grant.