STARTTS counsellor Rosemary Signorelli will be presenting on the STARTTers Early Childhood project, while Training Officer Belinda Green will discuss issues in working cross-culturally with refugees.
These speakers, and many more, are part of a unique and interesting program.
We celebrated this remarkable milestone on the 6th of December, where 750 of our supporters joined us for a joyful and inspiring look at 25 years of work with trauma and torture survivors.
See photos, videos, speeches and more on our website here.
STARTTS’ innovative Neurofeedback program trains the brain to overcome the impacts of trauma – click here to see our work featured on ABC TV’s Catalyst program.
Have movies and media influenced our perceptions of and opinions about torture?
Join us for a discussion panel with Jason di Rosso, Cynthia Banham and A/Prof Fleur Johns. MC’d by Richard Ackland. 27 June, 6:30pm. Read more.
Dance Africa Dance – Blending traditional African dance with contemporary Australian styles in a unique performance.
Dance Africa Dance, in a sold out performance at Riverside Theatres Parramatta, showcased work from various Sydney-based African Australian dance groups, and demonstrated the breadth of skill and talent in the community.
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