LAST CHANCE for post-traumatic stress training opportunities in Sydney 18th July and in Melbourne Friday 27th July

1. Sydney: Beyond Survival – How story Telling can treat trauma in refugees Wednesday 18th July – 6pm UNSW Scientia Building Followed by – hyperlink to ASTSS page or the event page Register Here Admission process: Free Presented by Professor Frank Neuner, head of Clinical Psychology at Bielefeld University, developer of Narrative Exposure Therapy, a short-term mental health intervention for traumatic stress [...]

ASTSS Master Class Workshop – Children, Disasters and Trauma

QUT - IHBI Q Block - IHBI, 60 Musk Avenue, Kelvin Grove., Brisbane, Queensland

Presented by Prof Justin Kenardy, Dr Alex De Young & Dr Robyne Le Brocque. ASTSS Master Class Workshop - Children, Disasters and TraumaThis Masterclass Workshop will explore trauma reaction in children and their families following traumatic events including disaster and single incident events. The masterclass will examine child trauma reactions across the life course and [...]

$65.00 – $135.00

ASTSS – Clinical Workshop

Working with traumatic horror, injustice, embitterment and shame. Responding to moral injury and the complexity of PTSD presentations. Presented By Prof Zachary Steel & Mr Dominic Hilbrink Fear based models of PTSD have dominated research and clinical approaches to PTSD since the 1990s. Trauma-focused treatment approaches have emphasised interventions that facilitate habitation and fear extinction or [...]

$100.00 – $240.00

ACOTS 2019

ACOTS 2019 20th Australasian Conference on Traumatic Stress Trauma, recovery and growth: Advances in research and practice ACOTS is a collaboration between the ASTSS (Australasian Society for Traumatic Stress Studies) and Phoenix Australia – Centre for Posttraumatic Mental Health. The next ACOTS will be held on September 13th & 14th, 2019 in Sydney, NSW. Pre-conference workshops on the 12th [...]

Forced Migration Special Interest Group Meeting

Zoom

If you're interested in joining our monthly meeting for the Forced Migration Special Interest Group (FMSIG), please contact Max Loomes, a co-conveners of the group. His email can be retrieved from our committee page. He will be able to provide you with the link to the online meeting and provide you with any relevant information! 

Allied Health SIG Meeting

Zoom

Come along to our special interest group for allied health professionals! If you're interested, email c.mastrogiovanni@unsw.edu.au

FMSIG Monthly Meeting

Zoom

Come join our Forced Migration Special Interest Group Monthly Meeting. If you're interested in more details, please send an email to max.loomes@hotmail.com

Trauma Informed Practice for Allied Health Professionals

Zoom

  Exposure to trauma is a common and pervasive health issue affecting individuals and communities. It is critical that allied health professionals have the skills and knowledge to adopt a trauma-informed approach to the interventions they provide. This free, 60-minute webinar for ASTSS members will provide allied health professionals with an understanding of how trauma-informed [...]

Permission to be Human: Staying Connected in Times of Traumatic Stress

Zoom

We have an upcoming event on the 7th of December at 4:30pm AEST for ASTSS members only! The event is hosted by Dr Amalia Badawi and our guest speaker is Sophia Parnas (Clinical Psychologist). Check out the brief summary of the event: Traumatic stress can lead to dysregulation and disconnection in clinical settings, and can [...]

ASTSS Annual General Meeting

Zoom

Come to our Annual General Meeting! We will be giving an overview of the entire year and providing details of what's to come in the next! Our current agenda is: President's Report Vice President's Report Treasurer's Report Updates from the Executive Committee Questions from the members Sign up for your free tickets here