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Working at the interface of education and trauma in an Indigenous pre-school - the importance of deep soul listening

Norma Tracey

This seminar creates discussion around one of the most important problems facing any health professional working at the coalface. How do we recognise trauma in the infant, the toddler, the Pre-school child? How are an infant or preschool child’s physical, psychological and mental faculties affected by early trauma? How does the child respond to it in their body and in their psyche?

How do we respond as professionals to help the parent, the teacher, the friend, the partner to intervene in a way that will prevent or undo harm? Trauma interferes with a child’s capacity to learn from experiences, trauma creates a vacuum where imagination could be, where play could enact his inner world, where learning as a pleasurable part of living could occur.

ANZAP 23rd Annual Conference From Trauma to Health
23-26 August 2012, Westmead Hospital , NSW Australia
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Norma Tracey

Norma Tracey is a Social Worker and has been a member of the NSWIPP for many years. Apart from her private practice of 25 years she has worked especially with mothers and infants and in the last ten years with Aboriginal adolescents, mothers, fathers and their infants and small children. She is the author of two books, several booklets and some 20 internationally published papers. She is co-founder of Gunawirra limited, a group of 24 professionals who care for Aboriginal mothers and infants from pregnancy through to five years of age. They work in 30 centres throughout NSW partnering Health and the Department of Education and Training. For more information about Gunawirra visit: http://gunawirra.org.au/ 
 

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