Upcoming events

22 Apr

This training is for all staff working in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services seeking to increase their understanding of trauma in the context...

30 Apr

This one-day workshop explores shame as a by-product of complex relational trauma. It draws on attachment and trauma theories, and narrative and...

Live stream via Zoom
09 May

This workshop focuses on working systemically with families (non-offending parent, children, grandparents, and so on) in the aftermath of domestic and...

Other learning opportunities


This topic describes the neurobiology of trauma, child maltreatment, interpersonal violence and the impact of traumatic events on an individual's...


This course will introduce learners to key understandings about trauma and adversity, and their impact on children. It explores the ways that a child...

On request training

Fully customised training and support programs Phoenix Australia can tailor training and supervision services to suit the needs of particular...

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