Professional development
We can help!

We deliver a range of learning and development activities including training programs, seminars, reflective practice learning circles and workshops alongside consultancy and professional supervision.

Counselling for children,
young people & families.
Understanding & assistance!

We draw from a range of approaches depending on the situation and the person we're working with.

Upcoming Courses

The following is a list of courses coming up in the next 2 months. You can view our complete course calendar, and enrol online now!

Friday 28th of February 2020 (1 day) | Advanced P.L.A.Y. 'Let's Get Physical!' - Music & Movement, Drama & Dance in Transforming Trauma - MELBOURNE

Following on from the huge success of the experiential P.L.A.Y. workshop is 'Let's Get Physical' with its focus on the use of drama and dance in therapy for children and young people who have experien...

Thursday 5th of March 2020 (1 day) | 'Unlocking Childhood Trauma!'- Keys to Transforming the Body and Mind - MELBOURNE

Trauma in childhood has a significant impact on the developing brain and can lock itself down in the body. Children show us this in their behaviour and their relationships with others. This workshop...

View the full 2020 course calendar

Workshop testimonials

"Absolutely fantastic. I felt inadequate to present anything on this subject at the school but now the fear factor has dissolved. Thanks Donna and Mark"

- Teachers and School staff who attended Young People and Domestic Violence Training

"I think every police officer should have to do the course, because it's a different type of training that can help you to deal with family violence situations"

- Victoria Police Officers who attended Family Violence Training

"Donna monthly supervision was fantastic, she really has helped me to integrate theory into my practice and has inspired me to achieve and be my best even when the constraints and challenges of my role were really confronting me"

- Children's Counsellor, Family Violence Service