Date(s) - 09/10/2020
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
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The Family Law Pathways Networks LMNC invites you to join a free webinar by leading expert
Antonia Burke discussing looking through a trauma lens.
Shifting the response from ‘What’s wrong with you’ to ‘What’s happened to you’?
Through open yarning circles, this webinar is an interactive session, which explores collective, communal, historical, complex, developmental, and generational trauma from an Indigenous Australian perspective.
The value of incorporating Dadirri ‘deep listening’ when working with clients and within community care.
For the session, please bring – paper with coloured textas, pencils or crayons
Antonia Burke is a Yanyuwa woman who grew up on the Tiwi Islands and Darwin in the Northern Territory and is currently based in Brisbane, Qld.
Antonia is the Lead Facilitator for We Al-Li national workshops and programs since 2017. Antonia served on the Queensland Domestic and Family Violence Implementation Council Advisory group and has experience in youth suicide prevention, diversionary programs in Youth Justice, personal growth and awareness programs. Facilitated Federally funded National Health Promotion programs to increase child health checks.
Lead Facilitator of the National delivery of We Al-Li’s Culturally Informed Trauma Integrated Healing Approach workshops with National Family Violence Prevention Legal Services.
Antonia provides Indigenous cultural healing and trauma response training to communities and organisations nationally, and advocates for the collective human rights of women and girls in prison, and their families, and contributes to addressing their individual needs. She also co-designs and lead facilitates Young Women’s Healing and Empowerment Programs.