Trauma and PTSD Psychoeducation

Trauma and PTSD Psychoeducation

Live Zoom Webinar in Auslan
Trauma and PTSD Psychoeducation Introduction with Karli, clinical Deaf counsellor
Karli is offering an hour Auslan psychoeducation to learn more about trauma and Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
You will have an opportunity to listen to about Deaf trauma stories, find out what the symptoms are and to understand what the different types of treatments are to manage trauma.
Trauma (Auslan: scar in the head) can happen from sexual abuse, domestic violence, serious car accident, or even ongoing bully in the workplace or school. You may have triggers with bad memories (flashbacks), anxious and/or nauseous.
Date: 30 November 5:30pm to 6:30pm WST
Where: Zoom webinar
Limited numbers: 12 participants
Fee: $86.79 per person (NDIS plan)
Confidential: You can join without your camera on to protect your privacy. You can change your name on the Zoom screen.
What is trauma/PTSD?
Karli has worked with many Deaf and hard of hearing clients who have experienced trauma and/or PTSD. The aftereffects are often difficult to manage, especially for those who are not informed or educated about the symptoms and they are lost, not knowing how or where to get some help.
Register to
• feel less alone with the experience of trauma
• give a name to what may be your “enemy” (trauma)
• find out what are the symptoms
• find out what are the treatment plans to help manage trauma
• find out what is Deaf trauma, what is dissociation
• the more information you have, you can build self-awareness/knowledge, emotional regulation, and confidence to take control of your symptoms
Interested? Register now by clicking here and your NDIS plan can cover the costs.
Allied Health professionals can request for another date for Professional Development. Deaf unaware or not Auslan fluent counsellors, psychologist, psychiatrists, social workers or support workers can apply. Please email karli@karlihealthcentre.com.au to book a date and time.
Click here for the Auslan Version

Auslan interpretation video coming soon!

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