Building community and finding support
Online Support Group
As trained therapists, we know how important it is to create open, safe spaces to explore and express your thoughts and feelings. The value of meeting these times with an open steady heart has never been more important. With this in mind we've decided to host an ongoing, guided monthly conversation / support group. You can attend each month or as you feel. Numbers will be limited and taken on a first come basis.
90 min Zoom Video Call
Small groups and Breakout rooms
Share exercises, meditations and practices we have found helpful in exploring these issues.
Suggested donation: $30 AUD
** We don't want money to be a barrier to attending. If this is the case please email us for a discounted rate.**
*** Young people under the age of 18 years are welcome to attend the support group free of charge.* Young people under
One on One Sessions
With Michael Shaw
As I've sunk deeper into this topic I can see how completely I've needed to redo my life in the face of what is coming. Finding someone to talk deeply with on this subject to help navigate these transitions is not always easy. I am offering private sessions for those that want more focussed one on one time and emotional support.
Michael Shaw has been in the therapeutic field close to 20 years. He has taught Ritual and Art Therapy at Phoenix Institue and is a certified Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction teacher and fully qualified Somatic Experience Trauma Resolution Practitioner. Michael holds a Bachelor of Education and Diploma's in Transpersonal Counselling and Art Therapy.
1 hour via Zoom Video Call
Fee: €90 Euros
Tuesday & Friday
Host a Screening and Q & A Session
Since the documentary Living in the Time of Dying was released there’s been a number of online showings followed by a Q & A with director Michael Shaw afterwards. Also a number of people have shown it to their teenage children, a high school teacher has bought it to her students and it has been shown at Climate Seminars. It's been wonderful to see how deeply this work has, and is, touching people. We're finding that it is helpful for those seeing the documentary for the first time to be supported by a facilitated conversation and reflection.
If you feel moved to host a small gathering to show the doco and have director Michael Shaw online for a Q and A afterwards please do be in touch. It's a powerful way to enter this topic.