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Do no harm - becoming an effective trauma clinician

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Join us for a panel presentation of safe, culturally informed, respectful trauma work honouring the experience of those we work with.

St John of God Health Care has over 30 years’ experience in treating occupational and service-related trauma and leads the way in translational research.


Prof Zachary Steel, Chair of Trauma - St John of God Health Care
Janja Bojanic, Psychologist & Allied Health Manager
Kirrily Gould, Exercise Physiologist
Dr Mel Baker, writer, author, filmmaker, lived experience advocate
Pia Schindler & Alana Singleton, Emerge & See, lived experience advocates

Moderator: Karen Burns, psychologist, Director of Strategy & Engagement

$50 pp - includes presentation and two course dinner

Please register by Monday 5 June

St John of God’s NSW mental health hospitals provide evidence-based programs for general disorders and addiction. Their closed group trauma program is nationally recognised for the treatment of service-related trauma. The inpatient trauma program focuses on the acute phase of care to achieve symptom stabilisation. Outpatient day programs use both group and individual trauma-focussed therapy to promote recovery from posttraumatic stress injuries.

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