We’re here for you

We’re a community of people who understand, who can relate, and who know that
recovery and resilience can be found through judgement free, peer-to-peer support.

Building Resilience
Building resilience – resetting lives
Resilience best describes the inner strength required to survive domestic violence, as it encapsulates what is needed to heal and recover in order to come out the other side and be able to live a life of peace, love and joy.

Our resilience programs are:
• Trauma-sensitive, person-centred and strength-based
• Designed to build capability in the skills for everyday life, promote wellbeing, self-awareness and understanding
• Delivered face-to-face and online

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Capability Program
Build skills for everyday life

The Capability series addresses the knowledge and skills necessary for everyday life including job readiness, money management, budgeting, legal, technology safety and other life skills

Currently on Offer
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The Financial Wellbeing Series covers control of your everyday finances and confidence in making decisions about money. Discover your money mindset, strengths opportunities, and strategies to improve your mental fitness.

For details: Financial Wellbeing Brochure 2021

Wellbeing Program
Live and enjoy life
The Wellbeing series encompasses:
• Wellness activities for fun: art & craft, music, dance, exercise, gardening
• Wellbeing for recovery support: evidence-based activities to promote healing and recovery e.g. yoga therapy and art therapy
• Wellbeing life skills training: resilience skills training, mental health, mindfulness, meditation

Currently on Offer
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Therapeutic Program
Understand and repair

The Therapeutic Program is currently under development
The Program will draw on evidence-based modalities such as Schema Therapy, Cognitive Therapy (CT), Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) and Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT).

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