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Mind Heart Connect @ NGV

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Clemenger BBDO Auditorium

180 Saint Kilda Road

(entry via North Foyer through Archway on Arts Centre side of NGV)

Southbank, VIC 3006

Australia

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Join us for an informative and inspirational evening with special guests, live music and heart-warming experiences, as we celebrate the birth of the Mind Heart Connect Foundation.

The Foundation is bringing EFT/Tapping* skills to traumatised individuals and communities throughout Australia. Using this technique as a compelling healing tool, the Foundation fosters peace building from the inside out for individual and community resilience. You'll hear about our work in indigenous communities, training for organisations serving refugees and at risk youth, as well as insights from our panel of experts sharing their experiences.

Joining us on this evening will be a highlight to your week as you feel the depth of community connectedness and the knowing, that inspired actions can change the world!

SPECIAL GUESTS
Dr Lori Leyden
- Founder, Create Global Healing (US) and Advisor to Mind Heart Connect Foundation.
Semeret - Student, University of Melbourne
Tania Wolff - Manager Legal Services, Principal Lawyer at First Step and Director of Law Institute of Victoria.
Carolyn Clark - Board Member, Sacred Heart Mission
Dr Peta Stapleton - registered Clinical & Health Psychologist, Associate Professor in Psychology at Bond University.


(additional guests TBC - we'll keep you informed leading into the event)


Clemenger Auditorium


If you would like to attend us but are not in a position financially, we'd still love you to join us. Please select a complimentary ticket on registration.

Have something else on, or you just can't get there? You can still DONATE via the Ticket link and help support upcoming programs in Australia.



ARRIVAL TIME
Please arrive between 6.00pm and 6.25pm and take the time to unwind in the auditorium with our musicians. The evening will commence at 6.30pm sharp with a short welcome, followed by our panel of guest speakers and concluding with a guided meditation.

PARKING
Is available in surrounding streets and at the Arts Centre (full details here)

PUBLIC TRANSPORT
Trains, trams and Ubers are a smart option. Flinders Street station is the closest.

ENTRY
Please enter via North Foyer through Archway on Arts Centre side of NGV.

PLEASE NOTE:
There will be photographers present at the event.
This is a not for profit event - proceeds from ticket sales will support upcoming programs in Australia.

*Emotional Freedom Techniques

SPECIAL GUESTS (further info)

Dr Lori Leyden - Lori Leyden, PhD, MBA is an internationally known trauma healing professional (US), transformational speaker and mentor who courageously follows her heart, makes dreams become a reality and inspires others to do the same. With her unique brand of heart-centered humility, humor and grace, Dr. Leyden finds the miracles that are possible out of tragedy and has brought comfort, peace and hope to thousands from Rwanda to Sandy Hook, Connecticut and most recently with Australian Indigenous people and refugees and others around the world. Recently inducted into the Global Evolutionary Leaders Council, Lori serves trauma survivors as well as heart-centered healers, teachers, coaches, social entrepreneurs and change-makers who are committed to their own healing and yearn for more meaning and impact in their lives, their work and in our world.

Semeret and her sister arrived in Australia from Ethiopia in 2013. After experiencing considerable hardship they came here to live with their uncle and his family. This relationship broke down and they have been living independently since 2014 when Semeret was in Year 11. She is now studying a Bachelor of Science at the University of Melbourne.

Tania Wolff - Tania is an accredited specialist in criminal law, a sessional legal member of the Mental Health Tribunal and board member of the Law Institute of Victoria. Since 2012, she has managed and driven the expansion of First Step Legal, a unique health justice partnership embedded within a mental health and addiction services clinic in St Kilda. She works with some of the most marginalised and disadvantaged in our community on a daily basis, and this work is her greatest passion. She is a proponent of compassionate practice, the expansion of specialist courts, and is committed to advancing therapeutic jurisprudence, restorative justice, and justice reinvestment initiatives.

Carolyn Clark BA LLB LLM has been a director of the Sacred Heart Mission since 2009 and a volunteer since the early 1990s. Carolyn regularly volunteers in SHM’s Women’s House as well as playing a key role in many SHM initiatives. As Deputy Chairman of SHM’s One Heart One Home Capital Campaign, Carolyn has helped to raise over $9.2 million for SHM’s transformational building project, including over $1 million in its recent 24 hour Giving Day, and as Chairman of SHM’s Women4Women Committee Carolyn has led a team of dedicated women to provide much needed financial support for the Women’s House for the last 15 years. Carolyn also leads the Board’s Journey to Social Inclusion Working Group aimed at taking to scale its groundbreaking program to end chronic homelessness.

Dr Peta Stapleton - Associate Professor Peta Stapleton is a registered Clinical and Health Psychologist and is Program Director of the Masters of Clinical Psychology program at Bond University. She is a world leader in the EFT field, having won the Harvey Baker Award for meticulous research in 2014, and is a Level 3 Trainer for EFT Universe. Peta is a sought after speaker and trainer and presents across Australia and internationally.

FAQs

What's the refund policy?

There are no refunds, yet your ticket is transferrable.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

No you don't, as long as you have the name of the person who registerred you for the event, their name will appear on our list.

Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable?

Your ticket is transferrable.

Is the event catered?

No, this event is not catered. Water and a small snack will be provided on arrival.

How can I contact the organiser with any questions?

Please email Emma Harrison elharrison23@gmail.com

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Date and Time

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Clemenger BBDO Auditorium

180 Saint Kilda Road

(entry via North Foyer through Archway on Arts Centre side of NGV)

Southbank, VIC 3006

Australia

View Map

Refund Policy

No Refunds

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