Growing culturally inclusive workplaces: Transgenerational trauma & Trauma Informed Care for Aboriginal people
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Join Mel Brown, Director of Spirit Dreaming in a three-part education series focussing on growing awareness and knowledge across a range of topics that support Aboriginal wellbeing and increase cultural competency in the workplace and our communities.
The series features up-to-date information on lateral violence, cultural loads, and approaches to optimise outcomes for Aboriginal people in the clinical setting. It also explores understanding of transgenerational trauma and how to provide Trauma Informed Care for Aboriginal people.
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SESSION 3: OPTIMISNG POSITIVE BEHAVIOURS IN A CLINICAL SETTING
- What is Transgenerational Trauma
- Understanding the impact of Trauma
- Why Transgenerational Trauma affects Aboriginal People
- Strategies for working with people experiencing Trauma
- After Care – caring for self
Presented by Mel Brown, a proud Ngunnawal Aboriginal woman, Director and CEO of Spirit Dreaming and Director of Australian Family Group Conferencing. Mel is also a Public Officer of the Australian Association of Family Group Conferencing and Director of Calleo Indigenous. Mel brings significant experience in delivering Aboriginal cultural education and wellbeing workshops across a
variety of sectors. A successful author and writer, with worldwide readership, Mel will share her knowledge of Aboriginal culture, healing and well-being which supports Aboriginal people within the workplace and our communities.
WHO SHOULD REGISTER?
This event is for those who work with Aboriginal people or have an interest in:
- Supporting positive health outcomes for Aboriginal people, their families, and communities
- Learning more about Aboriginal approaches and growing cultural competency, especially in rural and
Brenda Holt - email@example.com or 0417 833 917