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Tallebudgera Valley

RESTORE - Express Your Interest in this program 16th July to 3rd September 2024

Rebuild Empowerment Safely Through Outdoor Relational Equine Our RESTORE Program is designed specifically for women survivors to rebuild with the support of our beautiful horses, professional counsellors, equine specialists and domestic violence survivors.

RESTORE - Express Your Interest in this program 16th July to 3rd September  2024
RESTORE - Express Your Interest in this program 16th July to 3rd September  2024

Time & Location

16 July 2024, 12:00 pm AEST – 03 Sept 2024, 2:00 pm AEST

Tallebudgera Valley, Tallebudgera Valley QLD 4228, Australia

About The Event

We are taking expressions of interest for our Broken to Brilliant RESTORE Program.

This program will be held at the Tallebudgera Valley, Gold Coast.

Rebuild Empowerment Safely Through Outdoor Relational Equine 

The group runs for 8 x weeks - 2hrs per week on a Tuesday 

The effects of domestic violence often continue to traumatise survivors many years after the violence, control, and abuse have ceased.

Our RESTORE Program is designed specifically for women survivors to rebuild with the support of our beautiful horses, professional counsellors, equine specialists and domestic violence survivors. 

Cost: $25 per session 

Dates: 16th July to 3rd September 

The funding for this program comes from a combination of Broken to Brilliant and participant contributions. However, we are actively seeking additional funding to cover any remaining costs not covered by these sources.

Facilitators

  1. Tracey is an Equine Assisted Psychotherapist and trauma-informed Counsellor. Tracey has over 20 years of experience working in the field of therapy. She is passionate about helping others to reconnect in a safe place.  Tracey Johnson; BA Counselling: MGestTherapy; Certified EAP
  2. Shazza is an equine professional and has dedicated her life in building connection and harmony with horses. She teaches processes in understanding the nature of horses. Creating better training and understanding for those who pursue the art of horsemanship.
  3. Amber has been working within the child protection sector for 2 years providing support to at risk youth who have experienced adverse trauma and foster families who care for these children. Amber has a particular passion for supporting those who have experienced trauma and educating the community around the effects of trauma. Amber has a Bachelor’s degree in Psychological Science and 17 years of horsemanship experience. 
  4. Lee is a social worker and a counsellor with 18 years of experience in child protection and family counselling. Lee has a passion for working with horses and survivors of domestic violence. Lee supports the exploration of self, adopting a trauma-informed, person-centred, strengths-based approach. ( BA Social Work, MA Counselling).

Schedule


  • 2 hours

    Week 1: Introduction to the group and horses

    Tallebudgera Valley

  • 2 hours

    Week 2: Boundaries Activities

    Tallebudgera Valley
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