The direct experience of trauma has a profound impact, particularly if it is complex or occurs at an early age. For the many trauma survivors who have not had the opportunity to fully process and heal from their experiences, it can play out in parenting patterns, substance misuse, difficulty with work or education and even family violence, neglect and abuse, perpetuating the trauma for the next generation.
This insightful course explores the particular effects of intergenerational trauma and how it presents in people’s lives. It will assist participants to understand maladaptive behaviours through the trauma lens and equip them to provide more appropriate and empathetic services.
Content covered includes:
- The cycle of trauma
- The nature of secondary exposure
- Collective trauma
- Maladaptive behaviours and parenting
- Case studies and experiences of Aboriginal and other communities
- Pathways to healing
- Community resources and support
This course includes
- Engaging, up-to-date materials.
- Take-home reference package and free online resources.
- All day catering and beverages - with dietary needs catered for.
- Certificate of attendance.
1 Starling St,
Located on Dixon Reserve, adjacent to the Wally Hagan Basketball Stadium.
The venue is wheelchair accessible including toilets, but please contact us if you have any particular needs we can assist with.
We offer a small number of scholarships to those who would otherwise be unable to afford to attend.
Scholarship recipients pay a nominal fee of $35 toward catering and materials.
Standard | $285
Corporate and Government
Non-Profit/ Individuals | $185
Staff of non-profit organisations, micro-businesses with less than 5 staff and self-funded waged individuals
Concession | $125
Concession Card Holders paying as individuals
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