If not for a tragic accident, Michael Marslew would be celebrating his 42nd birthday this Saturday the 25th. Come down to Miranda Westfield to help us celebrate and for a surprise.
Meet us at Westfield between Prouds and Jamaica Blue to collect a sign and show your support!!
Come join us on the 12th of May for the Miami Vice Trivia Night Fundraiser for more information click on the link below and purchase tickets
Call: 9542 4029 for information regarding future sessions
The Creative Paths to Healing program is an art therapy support program for people who have been victims of crime. Being a victim of crime, such as domestic violence or assault, is a very traumatic experience. This art therapy program is designed to help victims of crime to explore relevant issues relating to trauma, grief and loss, and feelings of stress, anxiety, anger and injustice. Participants have the opportunity to explore new ways to express, contain and transform difficult post-traumatic experiences, using creative arts activities as a method of processing and finding alternative modes of self-expression.
Facilitator: Hayley Froggatt – Arts Therapist & Counsellor
Promise Keeper Domestic Violence Awareness is an innovative hour long program designed to teach students how to recognise Domestic Violence, what impact it has on a person and how to respond to it. It opens up the conversation around the myths of Domestic Violence and replaces them with facts. Delivered by experienced provisional psychologist and counsellors, the program encourages youth to break the silence and realise that there is no excuse for abuse.