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Marumali healing program

 

Overview

The Marumali healing program was developed to support Indigenous Australians from the Stolen generations who are emotionally affected by the traumas of being separated from their families. The main aim of the project is to provide appropriate training to Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal Health Workers and related agencies, through structured workshops. The training enables participants to support those affected by separation. Workshops are also available for Indigenous people directly affected by the traumas of removal.

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Contacts

Winangali-Marumali
Ph: (07) 4036 2374
Ph: (07) 5605 7340
Mobile: 0447 767 275

Related publications

Peeters L (2010)

The Marumali program: an Aboriginal model of healing.

In: Purdie N, Dudgeon P, Walker R, eds. Working together: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander mental health and wellbeing principles and practice. Canberra: Department of Health and Ageing: 285-292

Gerrard S (2005)

Marumali Program.

Auseinetter; (24): 25

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Last updated: 31 August 2015
 
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