Would you like to understand more about working with people from refugee and asylum seeker backgrounds? The Humanitarian Hub highly recommends STARTTS’s one-day workshop that focuses on understanding the link between what refugees have been through, the impact of torture and other traumatic events, the stressors of detention, resettlement and cultural transition.
It explores how to work in a trauma informed and culturally competent way that promotes recovery and fosters feelings of trust, safety and control, while minimising the risk of retraumatisation. Participants will be encouraged to think about how to apply the concepts to their own workplace, and will leave the workshop feeling more confident in utilising their skills and experience with people from refugee and asylum seeker backgrounds.
- The refugee experience
- Impact of torture and other traumatic events
- The stressors of resettlement and cultural transition
- The stressors of seeking asylum in Australia
- Cultural competence
- Working within a recovery framework
- Vicarious trauma and self care.
When: 22 February 2019 or 24 May 2019
Where: STARTTS Carramar, 152-168 The Horsley Drive, Carramar.
Cost: $249 full | $199 concession
The workshop fee includes entrance to the workshop for the one day, a certificate of attendance, a printed copy of the PowerPoint slides, and morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea.