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This blog helps people to understand trauma and the situations that may lead to traumatic stress.Trauma Support SA - Helping to make Trauma Support Services accessible to ALL South Africans in ALL Communities.

Owner: Philip_Stoneman

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Language: English

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Latest Blog Posts for Trauma Support SA

  • Choose healing over silence–  by Claire McFarlane Support Claire Mcfarlane by going to her blog : Project Bra . org This piece was published in South Africa on 8 December 2015 at all4women.co.za and in the USA on 4 February 2016 at womenforone.com … Continue r...
  • Rape and Sexual Abuse of men? Yes-Men too…!
    on Jul 13, 2016 in Rape Crisis
    Please Go Support Matrix Men MatrixMen is a peer support group that was started by Martin Pelders, a survivor of childhood sexual abuse. In his journey to recovery, he found that there was no professional avenue for assistance, and that … Conti...
  • Upcoming Training – Trauma Support
    on Mar 29, 2016 in Stories of Hope
    Upcoming Trauma Support Training will include Introduction to Traumatic Stress, Crisis Intervention (Trauma Support) and an introduction to Trauma Care principles. 0000 Source: Upcoming Training – Trauma SupportFiled under: Stories of Hope...
  • The cost of RAPE.By Philip Stoneman.  According to Google a woman is raped in South Africa every 4 minutes. Another Google article says that only 1 in 9 women report rape – but that’s Google! Who are we to trust Google when it … Continue reading →...
  • The long walk to freedom
    on Sep 5, 2013 in Stories of Hope
      Each morning, young children of the Cloverdene informal settlement start their long walk to freedom.Some are as young as 3, some make the trek alone, while others in the company of older children. Their walk to freedom is not … Continue...
  • The long walk to freedom
    on Sep 5, 2013 in Stories of Hope
      Each morning, young children of the Cloverdene informal settlement start their long walk to freedom.Some are as young as 3, some make the trek alone, while others in the company of older children. Their walk to freedom is not … Continue...
  • A lost future?
    on Aug 14, 2013 in Stories of Hope
    Early Childhood Development in disadvantaged areas Every year, more than 200 million children under five years old fail to reach their full cognitive and social potential. Most of these children live in South Asia and sub-Saharan Africa. As a result...
  • A lost future?
    on Aug 14, 2013 in Stories of Hope
    Early Childhood Development in disadvantaged areas Every year, more than 200 million children under five years old fail to reach their full cognitive and social potential. Most of these children live in South Asia and sub-Saharan Africa. As a result...
  • Feeding heart, mind, body & soul.
    on Aug 6, 2013 in Stories of Hope
    I’ve been paging through a book written by Craig Higson Smith, called     “Supporting communities affected by violence”. In the chapter regarding work with children, Craig makes the point that because of the challenges ...
  • Feeding heart, mind, body & soul.
    on Aug 6, 2013 in Stories of Hope
    I’ve been paging through a book written by Craig Higson Smith, called     “Supporting communities affected by violence”. In the chapter regarding work with children, Craig makes the point that because of the challenges ...
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