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- Understanding the National Redress Scheme
- Assisting clients with NRS applications
- Working well with child sexual abuse survivors in a legal setting
- Trauma-informed practice in a legal setting
- Culturally safe practice in a legal setting
- Building and enhancing your organisation’s staff wellbeing and resilience approaches
- No silos: Getting the most out of a multidisciplinary legal model
- Responding well: How to check in on staff wellbeing and act where required
- Understanding the financial implications of NRS payments
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For those in the community legal sector in Australia, increased awareness of mental health and resilience for staff has run parallel to the emergence of trauma-informed practice. This awareness has in turn shone a light on longstanding issues of vicarious trauma and burnout for those in the legal sector and how these can contribute to poor mental health.
SAFETY-TRUST-CHOICE-COLLABORATION-EMPOWERMENT (Blue Knot guidelines) are the cornerstone principles of good trauma-informed work with clients. These principles are also vital for developing good practice in supporting our people.