Healing the past by nurturing the future

Promoting healing and change

Co-designing perinatal strategies for Aboriginal parents experiencing complex trauma.

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This project is funded by the Lowitja Institute CRC and the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC GNT 114159).

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Image credit: Songs of Strength, Ink on paper, 2018, Shawana Andrews.
A father, mother and child wearing possum skin cloaks and looking to the ancestors and past generations. The parents are connected with a songline which gives them strength. The stones below represent a strong foundation and the stitching on the cloaks represent the relational connectedness of Aboriginal people and worldview.