Due to Coronavirus (COVID-19), event information may be out of date. Please confirm the details with event organizers. Also, now we have a list of online events for you to explore while staying safe at home.
‘ReAwaken not Reform’ is building on the huge success of ReAwaken Australia 2019.
We are proudly partnering with VMIAC to bring you this exciting event.
The addition of Lucy Johnstone introducing the Power Threat Meaning Framework via video link places ReAwaken at the forefront of positive change in mental health, addiction and trauma.
We are offering single day ReAwaken events around Australia, focused on themes of Compassion, Connection and Meaningful Action. To this end our goal for the day is focused on how we come together in community to support each other in the mutuality of growth and social action towards tangible change.
ReAwaken 2020 will feature local, national and international speakers along with spaces to contribute to the ReAwaken Art project the "Meaning Manual" and the book "Turning Point". We will also be offering a space for small groups to join together on a collective journey throughout the day - these "Home Groups" offer an important space for connection, mutual support and plans for the future.
What attendees can expect:
Key note presentations:
Matt Ball - 'Dissociachotic' Seeing the non-psychosis that we share.
Stephanie Mitchell - 'Compassion for Borderline' - All parts of a person are welcome - Internal Family Systems Therapy in recovery
Matt Ball & Stephanie Mitchell - 'Do it Anyway'
Presentation by Lucy Johnstone on the Power Threat Meaning Framework with Q&A.
Community Art Project: Re-writing the DSM
Experiential Home Groups focused on community and mutual support
ReAwaken Manifesto presentation
ED Alternative - eCPR presentation
Evening Film screening of 'Healing Voices'.