Do you have what it takes to engage with Indigenous people?
Join our interdisciplinary panel of experts for a discussion about supporting the social and emotional wellbeing of Indigenous people.
Watch this facilitated panel discussion of Sophie's story be better equipped to:
- discuss how a focus on commonalities and shared experience can help in therapeutic work and how this can be achieved.
- identify challenges, tips and strategies for working with Indigenous clients, including collaborative practice, in the context of contemporary Australia (social, scientific and political environment)
- describe how practice and discourse around boundaries can impact our work with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clients across different professional disciplines.
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