Understanding a ‘Trauma Informed Approach’

The following series of short Youtube videos provide an easy to understand explanation of the ‘trauma informed approach‘.  The presentations may seem a bit stilted, but I appreciate the ‘no frills‘ information.  Those who have attended art therapy and/or counselling sessions with me will notice the underpinnings of our work together.

 

 

2 thoughts on “Understanding a ‘Trauma Informed Approach’

  1. Geoff Ward says:

    Hi Robyn,

    Thank you so much for sending me the link to these videos. After watching the first two, I have already forwarded them to my sister. She is still working through childhood trauma from being isolated as an infant and left in a room by our mother all night even if she was crying. The feeling of isolation was traumatising. A line in the video made me think of her; “Being isolated is traumatising for a social animal like human beings”.

    I hope you are well and have a relaxing break despite the smoke and uncontrollable fires.

    Also Natasa has created a wonderful 2020 CAHMA Calendar that has art work from the acrylic paint pouring events earlier in the year. It looks amazing. Do you have a postal address so I can send one to you? I think you appreciate it.

    Kindest Regards,

    Geoff
    CAHMA Policy, Advocacy & Peer Support Worker
    Canberra Alliance for Harm Minimisation and Advocacy
    Level 1, Shop 17, Churches Centre
    54 Benjamin Way, Belconnen, ACT, 2617

    Office Number: (02) 6253-3643
    Mobile Number: 0448 488445

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