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Domestic & Family Violence Workshop

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City of Wanneroo - Clarkson Library

27 Ocean Keys Boulevard

Clarkson, WA 6030

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Do you know what it feels like to walk around with a mask?

Have you ever walked around with a mask, not knowing how to remove it?

What might be going on?

  • You might have clients who you would like to assist?

  • Maybe you are in a domestic violence or other unhealthy relationship yourself.

  • Perhaps you have been through a couple of relationships that just didn’t work out.

  • You might have grown up in such a family environment.

  • Maybe you would like to protect your own family and have got to the point where you want to break that chain!

  • It could be that a friend or family member is going through a destructive relationship.

If you have answered yes to any of these questions join me for a coffee and relaxed workshop to walk you through my Healthy Relations Blueprint Program. Included in this program is a copy of my book BROKEN Breaking the Silence that I published in 2015 after I myself endured three and a half years of abuse as a teenager.

The Workshop Includes:

  • 4 - Hour Program
  • BROKEN Breaking the Silence ISBN 978-0-646-94545-3
  • Folder including Workshop sheets
  • Pen
  • Coffee
  • Snacks

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Azelene Williams - Co-Founder and Volunteer CEO of Kidzucate Inc.

In addition to being a wife and mother, Azelene Williams (Dip. Holistic Counseling, Dip. Community Service Work, Cert. Domestic and Family Violence, Cert. Sexual Intelligence) is currently furthering her studies with a Bachelor of Social Work through ECU.

Azelene is a confident, intensely motivated as well as an experienced business woman and social activist. As a qualified holistic counselor, published author, Chief Executive Officer and co-founder of Kidzucate, Azelene pursues her passion for social justice and women’s issues.

Originally from South Africa, Azelene has also lived in the Middle East before settling in Perth, Western Australia in 2011. Her passion to empower women, children and the youth all over the world was inspired by her own personal traumatic experiences which are documented in her two books INFERTILITY Road to Hell and Back (ISBN-978-0-646- 57555-1) and BROKEN Breaking the Silence (ISBN -978-0-646-94545-3).

Azelene personally experienced three and a half years of physical and emotional abuse as a teenager in her first relationship. She was almost killed twice in this relationship but was too scared to break free from it being so young and groomed by the person who she thought loved her. She came out a stronger person and now teaches youth and adults about unhealthy relationships, how to identify them and how to safely break free from them.

Her life's ambition as an activist in the field of domestic and family violence is to have a positive impact both on today’s and future generations. Azelene has proven success in developing strong, trusted relationships with individuals from diverse age groups, organisational levels, cultural heritages and socio-economic backgrounds by combining exceptional communication, interpersonal and mediation skills with industry-leading therapeutic methodologies.

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City of Wanneroo - Clarkson Library

27 Ocean Keys Boulevard

Clarkson, WA 6030

Australia

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