Profiles And Contributions To This Article

Ticking the box of ‘cultural safety’ is not enough: why trauma-informed practice is critical to Indigenous healing

Nicole A Tujague

Ms Nicole Tujague

qualifications: Bachelor Indigenous Studies (Hons); PhD Candidate

contribution: Study conception and design, Drafting of manuscript, Critical revision

position: Indigenous Research Academic

Nicole is a proud descendant of the Kabi Kabi people of South-East Queensland, Australia. She and her sister, Kelleigh Ryan, are founders and directors of a non-government organisation, The Seedling Group, that has been delivering culturally safe trauma-informed practice training since 2014 to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and corporate and government organisations around Australia. Nicole is also an Indigenous research academic at Southern Cross University.


Kelleigh Louise Ryan

Ms Kelleigh Ryan

qualifications: BPsySc (Hons)

contribution: Study conception and design, Critical revision

position: Founder and Director

Kelleigh is a proud descendant of the Kabi Kabi people of South-East Queensland, Australia. She and her sister, Nicole Tujague, are founders and directors of a non-government organisation, The Seedling Group, that has been delivering culturally safe trauma-informed practice training since 2014 to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and corporate and government organisations around Australia. Kelleigh is an Aboriginal psychologist specialising in trauma.


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