The Trauma Centre of Australia (TCA) has been leaders in Critical Incident and Trauma Response in Australia in the last 25 years. We have been the principle choice for Critical Incident and Trauma Response for accidents, sudden death situations, Victims of Crime and other highly critical incidents in the local community, sporting events and industrial organisations.
TCA understands that trauma can occur anytime, anywhere, and is always unprecedented. The levels of trauma that an event can cause the individual or people that have witnessed the trauma can range depending on their interpretation of the event and the aftermath.
Our Critical Incident response is developed to respond immediately with the affected team to reduce the risks of post-traumatic stress and other associated stress which may reduce work productivity.
We offer a wide range of one week counselling services that are available 24 hours a day, 7days a week including: Critical incident Response, trauma and grief counselling, Employee Assistance Program (EAP), dispute resolution and mediation, and drink driver education programs, assessments, and interlock removal reports.
Or if you suspect that you or someone you know may be suffering from Trauma or Grief, please call us immediately on (03) 9205 9488 or click on the “I NEED HELP” button above.
“Looking Beyond Classic Trauma Symptoms” Here is a video snippet from our TAPIG event with Anne Laure who discusses the symptoms of trauma in comparison to the classic trauma symptoms. For more videos, or to watch the entire Anne Laura Series, please visit our Anne Laure playlist on our YouTube account by clicking here […]
“Language is the digestive juice of the mind” A short snippet of our TAPIG (Trauma and Psychology Interest Group) Workshop with Rob Gordon in 2011. For more snippets of our TAPIG events, please subscribe to our quarterly “Inside Trauma” newsletter or subscribe to us on YouTube or Facebook. To subscribe to our Inside Trauma Newsletter, […]
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Most people associate trauma with ‘life threatening events’. Here at the Trauma Centre of Australia (TCA) we believe that trauma is complex and can include many scenarios.
We offer a range of immediate services in Critical Incident, Trauma Response, Counselling, Training and EAP that can be tailored to suit the needs of your organisation.
There are many times when things happen out of the ordinary. Sometimes, we need to address these critical issues immediately and other times these critical incidents have passed by but memories and thoughts still lurk within our mind.