Trauma-informed care: The impacts of trauma on the physical body
Explore the relationship between trauma and the physical body, providing a comprehensive understanding of how emotional distress can manifest in physiological ways.
- Outline how trauma can have short and/or long-term impacts on the physical body.
- Outline examples of the different types of impact on the physical body that trauma can cause, and how practitioners can respond by applying trauma-informed care.
- Discuss how to communicate effectively with other mental health practitioners to better support people who are experiencing physical symptoms resulting from trauma.
- Felicity de Blic (Pelvic Physiotherapist, NSW)
- Lou Kerley (She/They) (Occupational Therapist, VIC)
- Andy Moloney (Accredited Exercise Physiologist, QLD)
Facilitated by Stephen Trumble (Facilitator/General Practitioner, VIC)
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