Looking Through a Cultural and Trauma Lens

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Length: 39 min

Summary:

Understand your culture and the privilege; the simple things you can do in your practice and avoiding re-triggering.


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Presenters

Nicole Tujague

Nicole is full time Director of the Seedling Group and has participated in multiple research and evaluation projects throughout Australia and is particularly interested in co-design and culturally safe and Indigenous led evaluation.

The Seedling Group conducts research and evaluation and delivers training around Culturally safe, trauma-informed practice and care. The Seedling Group has prepared a series of 5 webinars.

Kelleigh Ryan

Kelleigh is a registered psychologist with a private practice in Brisbane, working with Indigenous and non-Indigenous clients from Australia and overseas. Her passion lies in providing psychological consultancy through her company. The Seedling Group, delivering Culturally Safe Trauma Informed Responses and Healing work for organisations, communities and individuals across Australia.

The Seedling Group conducts research and evaluation and delivers training around Culturally safe, trauma-informed practice and care. The Seedling Group has prepared a series of 5 webinars.


Resources

Resources and Tools

# Looking Through a Cultural and Trauma Lens

Presenters: Kelleigh Ryan and Nicole Tujague (The Seedling Group)

To watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=213&v=KoqaUANGvpA&feature=emb_logo

To Read: Blue Knot Foundation Fact Sheet for Health Professionals Working with Complex Trauma

https://www.blueknot.org.au/Portals/2/Fact%20Sheets%20Info/Fact_Sheet_Health_Practitioners.pdf

To Use: The four ‘R’s