Bi-Cultural Awareness, Safety And Inclusion

BPP
Mile End, SA
In person
09:00 - 05:00

$60.00
$80.00
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Overview

This workshop aspires to encourage service providers to welcome the intellectual information and the emotional experiences to create a safer environment to enable an Aboriginal individual to experience inclusion across mainstream services!

 

Rosemary will take you on a journey from ancient history through to contemporary challenges to give participants an understanding of how grief fear is past across and down the generations (inter-generation), the psychological impact from Policies, Practices & Procedures and Inter-generational myths, misconceptions, stereo-typical views.

 

She will also pose some of the following questions:

  • What are losses: tangible and intangible losses?
  • What are grief emotions?
  • What is grief discounting?
  • What are grief triggers?
  • How to render racism powerless
  • What is cultural safety for Aboriginal people?

 

About the Presenter

Rosemary Wanganeen is a proud Aboriginal South Australian and her traditional heritage is the Kaurna people of the Adelaide Plains, Koogatha and Wirrangu both of the west coast of South Australia. She is also proud founding CEO of the Sacred Site Within Healing Centre which she founded in 1993 and as it went from strength to strength she registered the Australian Institute for Loss and Grief in 2005. As a Griefologist, Rosemary is a human rights and social justice advocate who uses loss and grief to campaign for the promotion and protection of our basic human rights!
 

Within 22 years she’s become self-employed, a holistic entrepreneur, clinical loss and grief counsellor, educator and assessor, presenter and author of her unique and innovative model the ‘Seven Phases to Integrating Loss and Grief’ (c). The philosophy of the Seven Phases is ‘there’s nothing wrong with us we’re only grieving’. Some of her proudest moments were receiving accolades such as:


• The Gladys Elphick Centenary Medal
• Business Woman of the Year Nomination
• South Australian of the Year Winner - Community
• Australian Ethnic Award Nomination
• State Finalist and Zonta Club of Adelaide – Women of Achievement Award (SA).


Event Summary

Date
09 May 2019, 9:00 AM
Location

Adelaide
Australia
Price
From $80.00 (inc GST)

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