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I feel that a great burden has fallen off my shoulders and that feeling of depression is gone. You have helped me make that positive step toward the future and given me a sense of hope.

Thank you for supporting our work. Every donation, whether large or small, helps us in our work of providing services and support to people who have survived terrible and traumatic experiences.

Your donation will help us to provide more comprehensive services to the people that need them most, particularly children, young people and older refugees.

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Upcoming Trainings at STARTTS

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November 2017


3 November 2017
Therapeutic Storytelling for Refugee Children and Adolescents: Jungle Tracks Program
Workshop – Carramar

8 November 2017
Complementary Role of Psychotherapy and Body Work in Treating Torture and Refugee Trauma Survivors
Free clinical presentation (Carramar) and webinar

10 November 2017
Core Concepts in Working with People from Refugee Backgrounds
Workshop – Carramar

14 November 2017
Working with People from Refugee Backgrounds in the School Setting
Jane Wallace, Shaun Nemorin
Free evening presentation – Carramar

16 November 2017 – Fully booked
Biofeedback in Working with Trauma Survivors
Workshop – Carramar

22 November 2017
Latest Research on Effective Interventions and Models for Torture and Refugee Trauma: Annual Update
Dr Belinda Liddell, Professor Zachary Steel
Research presentation

27 November 2017
Cultural Competence in Working with People from Refugee Backgrounds
Workshop – Wagga Wagga

February 2018


22 February 2018
Core Concepts in Working with People from Refugee Backgrounds
Workshop – Carramar

STARTTS has trained over 25,000 workers, volunteers and community members in NSW over the last 5 years to support them provide appropriate and culturally sensitive services to people from refugee backgrounds.

STARTTS achieves this by bringing together a range of activities such as trainings in the workplace, calendar workshops, seminars, evening presentations and Psychevisual online lectures, which allow for the wide dissemination of knowledge and skills in this important field of work.

STARTTS also contributes presentations to Psychevisual Online Lectures which are available for viewing for a small fee from the Psychevisual website www.psychevisual.com.

STARTTS is sure that you will find something in our training program relevant to you and your work.

We hope to see you at one of our upcoming training activities.