- Melbourne > Northern Suburbs Melbourne
- Job posted on: 30th Jun 2022
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Drummond Street provides trauma informed, recovery-oriented counselling services that are accessible, client-focused and meet the needs of clients, their families and carers for survivors with survivors of institutional child sexual abuse making an application to the National Redress Scheme and to survivors who are using Restore-Victorian Redress Counselling Service.
Utilising face-to-face, online, phone, in-home and in-community platforms to meet the diversity of clients' needs across Metro Melbourne and surrounds, the service will support whole-of-person counselling, case and practical support, offering a recovery model of support that is flexible, compassionate, respectful, empowering and holistic.
Drummond Street Services is seeking:
You are a skilled practitioner who is looking to become part of a team committed to social justice and to share their knowledge to support recovery-oriented practice that centres the voice of survivors and people who have experiences of trauma due to systemic harms of institutions. You'll be excited by the opportunity to collaborate with a trans-disciplinary, trauma informed team to ensure delivery of high quality, client led counselling and support services to promote positive change.
drummond street services (DS) is a not-for-profit, non-denominational agency that has over 130 years in the development and delivery of innovative services that strengthen families and communities with a strong focus on evidence-based/informed practice and across the prevention, early intervention, treatment and recovery spectrum of universal and targeted support. We supported survivors to tell their story to the Royal Commission Into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse and continue to support survivors to seek justice.
Redress Support and Restore assists people to safely prepare for and engage with the National Redress Scheme and to access counselling and psychological care, a Direct Personal Response and financial assistance once they have accepted an offer from the Scheme. We provide services that are accessible, client-focused and meet the needs of survivors of institutional child sexual abuse, their families, loved ones and carers. The service offers a model of support and advocacy that is flexible, compassionate, respectful, empowering and holistic with the aim of addressing individual client needs.
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To discuss your application contact Vicki Khouri, on 03 9663 6733 or email@example.com using the subject line: Complex Trauma Practitioners x3 - Redress and Restore Programs enquiry via EthicalJobs.
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