An Introduction to Trauma-Informed Care for Patients

Presented by TRACS WA in collaboration with WA Primary Health Alliance

Open to all WA General Practice Staff

This training helps us understand why we need a trauma-informed approach for our patients to feel safe. From first contact, when they arrive at our doorstep, when they are in our rooms, how we can show them that we care and that we understand. This interactive session is based on research evidence and has been developed in consultation with Dr Ann O’Neill, founder of angelhands Inc. It will include strategies to support your daily interactions with clients who are affected by past/current emotional traumas.

Presented by:

Jessica Sharp – Development Facilitator at TRACS WA

For more information, contact the Training & Communities of Practice team at  or 08 6272 4912.

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September 8
04:30 PM - 06:30 PM
General Practice

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