Langford Aboriginal Association (LAA) in partnership with Relationships Australia WA are pleased to provide this FREE program that assists you to develop the skills and knowledge to become stronger and empower yourself. The program will increase cultural, social and emotional wellbeing of individuals, families and the community. The program includes topics such as:
- Your story relating to family, culture, history and developing self-esteem and positive ways of living.
- Discussing family structures within the understanding of Stolen Generation, intergenerational trauma, lateral violence and the role of Aboriginal parents and their children today.
- Developing personal skills that relate to stress, problem solving, managing conflict and healthy relationships.
- Celebrating Aboriginal achievements and looking at the history of Aboriginal people from a community and national level, exploring the concept of self-determination and what it means to be a good community leader.
The program will be held weekly during the day. Please note this program is for Aboriginal men and women from 18 years of age.
To download the Cultural and Social Wellbeing Program broucher, click on the image below.
When: Starts Thursday 5th of March.
Time: 9.30am - 2.30pm
Where: Langford Aboriginal Association (LAA). 15 Imber Place, Langford
Contact: To register your participation in the program, or for further information, please contact: Relationships Australia WA on 6164 0463 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Sophie Walker at LAA on 9451 1424 or email email@example.com
Words from previous participants
“The most significant change for me from doing the SEWB training is that I have felt more comfortable about speaking out and comfortable about doing it. I have enhanced my association of togetherness and will continue to highlight this in my life. I am more settled in my life and will continue to be a “voice” for SEWB in our community; Gave me the confidence to say what I wanted to say, to believe in what I wanted and not stand back and not say anything.”
“After the NEP program I have completed a Cert II in Business and done work experience with the zone youth spaces. Now I volunteer for Australian Red Cross Kwinana. I really enjoy working in the Kwinana community and to be a role model to the younger youth. I’m also studying a Cert III in Community Service; It made me realise there’s more out there and a lot you could give to the community and to also prevent the youth from making wrong choices in life.”