Men

Taking Responsibility – A Course For Men

Taking Responsibility is an eighteen-session group program aimed at men who have been abusive in their relationships and are now ready to work towards building relationships that are respectful, caring and safe.

Reduce Stress for Individuals

This seminar is suitable for individuals trying to manage their excess stress and find positive ways to cope and thrive. Please note: It is not recommended that couples attend this seminar together.

Men Maintaining Change

Men: Maintaining Change is an ongoing support group for men who have completed a Men’s Behaviour Change Group. The group enables men to meet together in a group setting and provides them with an opportunity to assist each other in maintaining the challenges of behaviour change.

Building Stronger Families

Do you want to learn how to build strong relationships within your family? Are you facing stresses and challenges that are impacting on your behaviour and relationships with your family?

You will learn how to build family connections that are strong, respectful and caring during weekly group sessions for Arabic-speaking men who are new to Australia. In this free program, you’ll gain a better understanding of the thoughts, feelings and behaviours that impact relationships. You will also learn about the dynamics of power and control in families and of relationships between men and women in Australia. This private, confidential program is run by Arabic-speaking facilitators and also provides social support for your family.

Managing After Separation

Managing After Separation is an 8-session group for people who have recently separated and would like support to move forward in a positive way. The group aims to help participants to focus on their future and re-establish feelings of worth and hope.

Men and Relationships

Men and Relationships is an 8-session group for men who may have experienced difficulties in their relationships and want to work on building open, respectful connections with partners, family and friends.
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