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Marumali program for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander service providers



Target audience: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who support survivors to heal

Course summary: This course provides participants with the skills to deliver safe, appropriate, and effective support to survivors of removal and assimilation policies. Participants are equipped with strategies to deal with issues of trauma associated with removal practices in a variety of settings, strategies which respect the rights of survivors to control the pace, direction, and outcome of their own healing journey. The course offers a culturally appropriate forum for participants to discuss colonisation, grief, loss, identity, and other issues of a sensitive nature, and allows for identity to be affirmed and strengthened.

Fee payable: Yes

Delivery mode: On site

Financial support for Indigenous students: Not specified


Winangali Marumali
PO Box 14379
Mount Sheridan Qld 4868
Ph: (07) 4036 2374
Ph: (07) 5605 7340


Last updated: 10 September 2015
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