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Understand how the standard medical model of diagnosis often fails to heal patients by focusing on the obvious symptoms rather than the underlying cause. You'll receive an introduction to the idea of trauma-informed care and practice across service systems. 

Diane Cranley Interviews:

Dr. Cathy Kezelman - Dr. Cathy Kezelman was a practicing medical practitioner for 20 years. She is CEO of ASCA (Adults Surviving Child Abuse), an Australian national charity advocating for and providing services for adult survivors of childhood trauma. She is also a current director of MHCC (Mental Health Coordinating Council NSW) and is an active advocate for the introduction of trauma-informed care and practice across service systems. Early in 2010 she published her memoir, Innocence Revisited â€" a tale in parts, her story of recovery from childhood trauma.

Janey Kelf - Janey Kelf is a counsellor with an interest in the creative arts and the politics of childhood abuse survival. She is currently writing her memoires of childhood sexual abuse.