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Blue Knot Foundation is the leading national organisation working to improve the lives of the five million
(1 in 4) Australian adults who are survivors of childhood trauma, including abuse. 
We support survivors, their families and communities through professional phone counselling, information and resources, advocacy and educational workshops. We also deliver professional development training, group supervision and consultancy for workers, organisations and practitioners working with survivors.


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Professional Development Training  Blue Knot Foundation is a recognised leader nationally in trauma-informed, vicarious trauma and clinical complex trauma training. See our list of training options now.


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Blue Knot Helpline Survey
We value feedback about your experience using the Blue Knot Helpline and would appreciate 5 to 10 minutes of your time to answer some questions about this. You can choose to do this anonymously. To begin, click on the link that is relevant to you.
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Survivor Workshops
This full-day educational workshop provides a safe space for people, who have experienced abuse or trauma in childhood, to learn more about what that experience means and how it may have affected then and now. See our list of educational workshops now.
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'Children abused across all institutions, not just churches': Francis Sullivan on RN Breakfast
Today, the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse will return its focus to the Catholic Church and its response to reported abuse in the Hunter region.
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Why are we further traumatising our abused youth?
The brutalisation of youth in the Northern Territory's Don Dale Detention Centre has shocked Australians. The footage of degrading physical violations and extreme punishments by the prison officers was reminiscent of the torture and dehumanising abuse of prisoners at the notorious Abu Ghraib prison, images of which sparked global outrage in 2003.
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