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Trauma informed care: Working with refugees and asylum seekers

Year: 2018
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There is ongoing global growth of internally displaced people and asylum seekers due to war, persecution and global warming among other disasters. Australia has been increasing its humanitarian refugee intake which leads us to ask what is being done to care for the mental health needs of this traumatised and growing population in our area?

This webinar brings you on the journey of creating a new service for the targeted population of newly arrived Iraqi and Syrian refugees aged 0 to 24 years of age living in North West Melbourne and why specialised refugee access services are needed, as well as what initial learnings from this service health professionals can consider within their practice or interaction with refugee service users.

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