Something which causes an amount of misunderstanding is how other people, unaffected by child sexual abuse only believe that there is only one form of abuse. Anything else is simply ‘imagined’. The Royal Commission clearly outlines CSA:
economic abuse; and
Using similar process to what had been included with my initial RC document, additional occasions have been recollected.
Following my discussions with related Commissioners, Staff & Counsellors, I’ve realised that many of these Perpetrators had been networking at both a Deceptive, Illegal & Perpeated level. Through these moments, they’ve been able to manipulate, coerce, psychologically abuse & so on with their targets and related community. Disappointed Victims feel robbed, when their own family hide behind a ‘nothing wrong has happened’ veil.
ASCA has developed a number of factsheets which are now available
for free download from the homepage of its website or click HERE.
These factsheets have been developed specifically to meet the needs of
different groups of people, impacted by childhood trauma. They have
been informed by ASCA’s Practice Guidelines for Treatment of Complex
Trauma and Trauma Informed Care and Service Delivery as well as
SURVIVORS: ASCA FACTSHEET FOR PEOPLE WHO HAVE
EXPERIENCED CHILDHOOD TRAUMA (INCLUDING ABUSE)
– TOWARDS RECOVERY
This fact sheet has been designed to provide those who have
experienced childhood trauma in all its forms with information about
trauma and its impacts and the ways in which people cope. It also
provides some basic information regarding how to seek support, while
providing hope, optimism, and pathways towards recovery.
Attendance at ASCA’s one day workshop for Adult Survivors of
Childhood Trauma & Abuse expands on the information provided
in the factsheet. For more information click HERE.
CARERS/SUPPORTERS: ASCA FACTSHEET FOR FRIENDS
AND FAMILY OF PEOPLE WHO HAVE EXPERIENCED
CHILDHOOD TRAUMA (INCLUDING ABUSE) –
This factsheet has been prepared to provide information for family
and friends who are supporting and/or caring for people who have
experienced childhood trauma. It provides information about trauma
and its impacts, and how being ‘trauma informed’ can help both those
affected by trauma and those seeking to support them.
Attendance at ASCA’s one day workshop for partners and supporters
(carers) of adults who have experienced childhood trauma and/or
abuse expands on the information provided in the factsheet. For more
information click HERE.
WORKERS (in the workplace): ASCA FACTSHEET FOR
WORKERS IN DIVERSE SERVICE SETTINGS – TRAUMA
This factsheet provides workers from a diversity of settings with
information about trauma, its prevalence and impacts and the benefits
of being trauma informed for staff and clients.
Attendance at ASCA’s one day trauma informed training expands on the
information provided in the fact sheet.
MANAGERS (in the workplace): ASCA FACTSHEET FOR MANAGERS –
TRAUMA INFORMED SERVICE DELIVERY
This factsheet provides managers in the workplace with the core principles of trauma informed
practice, its benefits for staff and clients and its relationship to risk management.
ASCA currently delivers trauma informed training to managers as one of the modules of its inhouse
training on request. This training expands on information provided in the factsheet. For
more information click HERE.
HEALTH PROFESSIONALS (other than GPs): ASCA FACTSHEET FOR
HEALTH PROFESSIONALS – WORKING WITH COMPLEX TRAUMA
This factsheet has been developed to inform health practitioners about complex trauma
presentations and the core principles for working with people who have experienced trauma as a
result of a diversity of adverse childhood events.
Attendance at ASCA’s one day professional development for health professionals expands on the
information provided in the factsheet. For more information go to HERE.
GENERAL PRACTITIONERS: ASCA FACTSHEET FOR GENERAL
PRACTITIONERS – UNDERSTANDING COMPLEX TRAUMA
This factsheet provides GPs with information about trauma, complex trauma and the ways in
which people who have unresolved trauma may present in general practice. It introduces the
core principles of trauma informed practice and some insights into better supporting people with