A 7 week program for women affected by family violence
On completion of the program, you will:
Women living in the Casey, Cardinia and Greater Dandenong areas, who have experienced family violence in their relationships.
Every Tuesday for 7 weeks.
Tuesday 19 February
Tuesday 7 May
Tuesday 30 July
Tuesday 15 October
Please note: Participants interested in this program are required to contact the group worker directly.
My (Windermere) counsellor has been one of the most important supports I have had throughout this whole process. She is amazing. I now see things from a completely different perspective.
I am on the lookout now too - next time I am in a relationship, I will be able to recognise the signs of domestic violence and I won’t let myself get stuck in that sort of position again.”
Learning in a step by step process that we have to follow, we can’t reach the last step without stepping the first step. If we as educators succeed in building trust and connectivity then learning is fun. “To be in your children’s memories tomorrow, you have to be in their lives today”.
I understand that every child is individual with different strengths and different ways of learning, By recognising and understanding each child and what it is that they love and how best they learn, I can provide them with the best experiences that help them to reach their full potential in all developmental areas. I love doing it.
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48 Webb Street
Narre Warren, VIC 3805
ABN: 63 066 828 936
Registered Charity Number: A0025460D
Donations greater than $2 are tax deductible for Australian tax payers.
Phone: 1300 946 337
Fax: (03) 9796 7650