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An educational workshop about diversity within traditional gender and sexuality for anyone who works with and/or supports GSD people.
An educational workshop about diversity within traditional gender and sexuality for anyone who works with and/or supports GSD people
- Explore the history of gender and sexuality diversity in various cultures, language that’s been owned and is being used by people to describe their experience, and brainstorm language to use - how to talk about and work with diverse bodies, gender and sexuality in an inclusive way.
- Join in an embodied exploration of what it might be like to be ‘beyond the normative’ as far as gender and sexuality is concerned, an opportunity to embody what it feels like to be accepted and included and what it feels like when we’re not.
- Inhabit an expansive space where something new can be allowed to form beyond what others tell us and what we tell ourselves, so as to explore our own manifestations beyond the binary, and how we are all constrained by assumptions and societal ‘norms.’
Dragan Zan Wright: A professional psychotherapist for over ten years and experienced trainer and facilitator of groups, Dragan has a private psychotherapy practice in the Northern Rivers and educates throughout Australia in the fields of mental health, trauma informed care, working therapeutically with complex trauma, working somatically and supporting people with gender diversity and diverse expressions of sexuality. Dragan is committed to educating and to facilitating people to experience authentic embodiment, particularly in the realms of gender, sexuality and releasing past interpersonal trauma. Dragan believes in the wisdom of the body and ‘being' to heal, and the importance of conscious radical inclusion to facilitate societal healing and in raising awareness and experience of true embodied consent.
Contact: Neil on 0425 210 962, or contact us
This workshop is limited to 25 participants.