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Marumali journey of healing workshop for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander service providers

 

Overview

This 2 day workshop looks at the unique social and emotional issues faced by survivors of removal policies, and equips participants with skills required to respond appropriately if support is required. It offers insights into, the early stages of the Marumali journey of healing, the trauma survivors need to deal with as part of their healing process, common clinical errors made when mental health support services are accessed and appropriate roles
for non-Aboriginal service providers offering assistance to survivors of removal policies.

The workshops have been attended by medical and allied health professionals, social and emotional wellbeing workers, counsellors, psychologists, Link Up case workers, justice staff and policy writers/developers.

Contacts

Winangali Marumali
Ph: (07) 4036 2374
Email: marumali1999@bigpond.com

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Last updated: 23 October 2013
 
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