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Identifying and responding to the needs of adult survivors of childhood trauma in practice: a survivor’s perspective Members login for free access About RACGP online events

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Type: Webinar
8 Aug, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM (AEST)

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Email: RACGP Specific Interests

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Identifying and responding to the needs of adult survivors of childhood trauma in practice: a survivor’s perspective

Webinar 8 Aug, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM (AEST)

RACGP Specific Interests invites you to join our upcoming webinar with Dr Cathy Kezelman AM, President and Executive Director of Blue Knot Foundation, who will share her lived and living experience of complex trauma.
 
With a Q&A facilitated by Dr Jennifer Neil, this webinar will discuss how you can best assess and support your patients living with the impacts of childhood trauma. It will also explore how using a trauma-informed lens can increase your understanding, awareness and responsiveness to patients who are impacted in your practice.  

Learning outcomes

  1. Identify potential adult presentations of childhood trauma in clinical practice informed by the lens of lived and living experience
  2. Enable supports to adult survivors of childhood trauma
  3. Use a trauma-informed approach when responding to adult survivors of childhood trauma
Educational Activities
1.0
hours

Facilitator

Dr Jennifer Neil
GP and Educator with The University of Melbourne and Monash University

Speaker

Dr Cathy Kezelman AM

Dr Cathy Kezelman AM is a medical practitioner, President of Blue Knot Foundation, Chair of National Centre for Action on Child Sexual Abuse and has a lived and living experience of complex trauma. She has held a number of board and key representative roles within the mental health and related sectors, all focussed on the healing and recovery of people with the lived and living experience of complex trauma. On Australia Day 2015 Cathy was awarded an AM for significant service to community health as a supporter and advocate for survivors of child abuse.

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