NEW Circle Solutions Training now available in Sydney 28-30 November 2018

Please join us for our celebrated one day Introductory Day on 28th November at Stanmore House

You will receive a warm welcome, delicious food and the option to book accommodation in self-contained one bedroom apartments or en-suited rooms only 6 minutes walk from Stanmore Train Station or 15 minutes drive/ train journey to the centre of Sydney.

You also have the opportunity to join us for the two day Train the Trainer to update your skills if you have already attended the Introductory Day or for all three days at a discount.

Alternatively you can contact Debra Mainwaring and organise whole school training for your Pupil Free Professional Learning Days.

Introduction to Circle Solutions Training – One Day Workshop

Expressions of Interest are invited for Introduction to Circle Solutions Training

created by Prof. Sue Roffey.

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Debra is willing to run a session in her clinic in Alexandria NSW (only 200m from Redfern Train Station) on Thursday 27 April 2017 9.30 a.m.-3.30 p.m. if there are at least 10 people interested.

There will be an early bird price of only $240 per person. All handouts, morning tea and afternoon tea provided. There are many lovely lunch venues in the vicinity – including a park in front of the clinic.

Requests from Rural and Remote schools in NSW and QLD always welcomed – email Debra on

Please see flyer below:

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We are excited to be part of the upcoming Wellbeing Australia Conference 3rd & 4th March 2017 Rydges, Cairns

Follow this link to register for this inaugural ‘not to be missed’ wellbeing event.


We would love for you to join us!

We would love for you to join us!

Welcome to another fabulous team member!

Hazel Crawford is an accredited and experienced Creative Arts Therapist who is now available to offer school based and clinic based programs.

Hazel is a Creative Arts Therapist (MIECAT M.A.) and community arts facilitator with over twenty years experience working multi modally across various settings. Her work has spanned a range of applications including facilitating a highly successful art and drama programs in the Adult Disability field (for which she received the David Helfgott Award in 2006); running several therapeutic projects for bush fire affected primary school children in regional Victoria (in response to the Black Fires of 2009) as well as tailoring a range of therapeutic projects and programs for disabled adults, the aged, youth at risk and for a drug and alcohol rehabilitation service. Hazels’ therapeutic approach is attuned to the specific needs of the individuals and groups worked with, bringing her deeply experiential knowing that art making supports inquiry into meaning, and is a safe dynamic place for expression and transformation.

Check out the Out of Home Care - Holiday Program Flyer Hazel is offering this school holiday.