Citizen Advocacy Auckland Inc
A resource building programme to reduce stress and build resilience
For families and whanau of people with Autism Spectrum Disorder
The programme, adapted from Gabrielle Young’s Thrive, is based on the latest research from the following fields:
• Well being Science • Positive Psychology • Neuroscience
• Psychology of Change • Mindfulness • Compassion Science
The programme recognises we are all at different stages in our well being journey and our lives. The programme aims to inform participants about how we are wired and what actions we can take to maximise our well being regardless of our life circumstances. Participants will learn a wide variety of practices they can incorporate in their daily lives depending on what they feel drawn to and find the most useful.
Facilitators: Gabrielle Young and Jules Garland
Gabrielle Young has been facilitating groups and working with organisations, teams and individuals for over 25 years. In the last 5 years she has developed and run resilience and well being programmes for organisations. She is passionate about walking the talk and has re-orientated her life to ensure that she manages her own well being effectively including being in nature, connecting more with others and doing life enhancing work.
Jules Garland works in the disability field and has a son with ASD in his early twenties and so has direct experience of the pressures that can lead to feeling stressed when parenting a son or daughter with a disability. She has a public health and health promotion background, has studied Positive Psychology and is a trained teacher of Mindful Self Compassion. She has been thrilled to see the positive impact of her own well being journey on her son.
This is a FREE programme of three sessions. Participants in 2021 found the course extremely beneficial.
We ask that you commit to attending all three sessions.
Programme Dates 2022:
Saturday 30th April 10–4
Saturday 14th May 9.30-1
Saturday 28th May 9.30-1
How to Register:
|Please contact Jules Garland: email@example.com|
|027 625 7994|
Funded by Te Pou
Developing advocacy skills to implement the UNCRPD one person at a time
This training is for whanau and staff of disabled people and for people working in advocacy roles in disability services. Relevant articles of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities will be used as a bridge to the practical application of advocacy.
Friday, September 13th, 2019. 9.30 am till 5 pm Mercy Spirituality Centre, 104 The Drive, Epsom
Lunch will be provided. Cost-free of charge thanks to funding from Te Pou
Places are limited. Registration essential.
Sunday 27 November 2016