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Supporting the Wellbeing of People Experiencing a Trauma Response
Join our interdisciplinary panel of experts for a discussion about supporting the wellbeing of people experiencing a trauma response.
Watch this facilitated panel discussion of Brad's story be better equipped to: 
  • a better understanding of the impact on the mental, physical, familial and social wellbeing of people experiencing a trauma response
  • a better understanding of how services and practitioners can respond effectively in their assessment, treatment and support of people who are experiencing a trauma response
  • take home tips and strategies for interdisciplinary collaboration to support people who are experiencing a trauma response. 

Panel List

Review the panel of interdisciplinary experts’ bios.:
  • Ms Jac Taylor (Coordinator Counselling Services & Royal Commission Support Services, South Australia)
  • Ms Naomi Halpern (Social Worker, Victoria)
  • Mr John Ellis (Survivor/Solicitor providing legal support to survivors, New South Wales)
  • Adjunct Professor Warwick Middleton (Psychiatrist, Queensland)


  • Dr Mary Emeleus (General Practgitioner and Psychotherapist, Queensland)



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