Creating a happier and safer workplace

Through our training programs we'll help you actively enhance psychological safety, foster empathy, and create an inclusive workplace.

How We Can Help You

Transform your workplace with our comprehensive Trauma Informed Practice Training, offering half day, one day and two day courses tailored to your specific needs. Delivered by qualified trainers and trauma specialists, our programs empower leaders and employees to actively acquire knowledge and skills to adhere to positive duty requirements and provide psychological safety. This training gives organisations the tools they need to help create psychosocial safety in the workplace.

In industries where exposure to workplace trauma or triggering situations is a psychosocial risk, our training increases understanding of trauma and its profound effects on people.

Our programs actively instil insights into the impact of trauma on the mind and body, stress responses, belief systems, and behaviours. This equips your team for informed decision-making and enables them to communicate more empathetically and effectively.

Whether through remote learning or face-to-face sessions, our training creates psychologically safer, more inclusive and empathetic workplaces.

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Two days

$350 p/p

This course equips adults with the knowledge, skills, and confidence to recognise, understand and respond to a friend, family member, co-worker, or another adult, experiencing a mental health problem or mental health crisis. Adults will learn the signs and symptoms of common mental health problems, how to recognise and respond to an emerging or worsening […]

Half day

$200 p/p

This course equips employees with the skills, confidence and knowledge to recognise different types of sexual harassment, identify which groups are most at risk, proactively demonstrate respectful behaviours and encourage bystander reporting. Course participants will learn how sexual harassment can trigger stress and trauma responses, how to respond to sexual harassment reports in a trauma […]

One day

$410 p/p

This course equips leaders and supervisors the skills, confidence and knowledge to recognise different types of sexual harassment, identify which groups are most at risk, proactively demonstrate respectful behaviours and encourage bystander reporting. Course participants will learn how sexual harassment can trigger stress and trauma responses, how to respond to sexual harassment reports in a […]

Half day

$200 p/p

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a mental health condition that’s triggered by a terrifying event — either experiencing it or witnessing it. Symptoms may include flashbacks, nightmares and severe anxiety, as well as uncontrollable thoughts about the event. If PTSD is untreated, it can lead to severe and long term mental health conditions including depression, […]

One day

$350 p/p

This course equips participants with the knowledge of risk factors of complex trauma and how the brain and body responds to trauma. Participants will gain the confidence to recognise stress and trauma responses in young people and adults, how behaviour changes as a result and how relationships and belief systems are formed when there is […]

Blog

In these blogs, I aim to provide a thorough exploration of my personal and professional experiences, shedding light on issues that currently shape our society and workplaces. Through candid reflections, I strive to offer valuable insights into the intricate challenges and opportunities within the contemporary socio-professional landscape.

These writings serve as a platform to dissect prevalent issues, from the complexities of diversity and inclusion to the evolving nature of leadership.

By sharing my encounters and practical insights gained from my professional journey, I hope to empower readers to navigate similar situations, fostering a community of engaged individuals committed to positive change in both our personal and professional spheres.

Warning: The following blog includes adult themes and language and is not suitable for all readers.

I was stuck one night with someone I was doing support work for. The young person was mentally very unwell, and I was alone with her for four hours. My head was held over live electrical wires, I had attempted repeatedly to stop the young person trying to start a fire or hurt herself and […]

I was trying to explain to a group of friends the other day that how we are raised as children has a huge impact on how we parent our own children and the way we live. I was explaining how difficult it can be to recognise and then break intergenerational trauma cycles. “I don’t believe […]

If you have managed to escape being on the end of a narcissist, then you are one of the lucky ones. Many of us have experienced either working with or being in the relationship with a narcissist. And they are one of the greatest psychological hazards to the workplace. When you first encounter one in […]

Warning: The following blog mentions sexual assault, suicide, drug and alcohol misuse and domestic violence. It may be upsetting for some readers.

You know, every time I see the word ‘bully’ in print, it triggers a punch -in- the -gut reaction for me. I was bullied horribly at school. And while many people think this is just a ‘school’ issue, recent reports of people suiciding because of bullying at work are increasing. And people are alarmed. How […]

I was at an end of year Christmas celebration when I realised that the man, I was talking to was struggling so badly with compassion fatigue and stress that he couldn’t sleep, was highly anxious and deeply depressed. While the fairy lights twinkled around us, people danced and the music thumped, I looked into his […]

Nearly 50% of people who experience sexual assault go on to develop PTSD, coupled with anxiety and depression. A third of the people who experience sexual harassment go on to develop anxiety and depression. As someone who has experience all three conditions, I can tell you, they are horribly unpleasant and at times, living with […]

When a friend of mine told me at dinner she had been sexually harassed and a assaulted on a mine site, I was upset for her. While I remember her story, it wasn’t the assault itself that horrified me. It was her manager’s response to her disclosure that replayed in my head and churned my […]