Collective Therapy is a practice in the Arts and involves working with groups of people of all ages to write, direct, act and participate in a film, theatre or music project. It is about creating positive cultural platforms, especially for young Aboriginal and Islander Peoples.

Topics covered include:

  • Self-esteem
  • Drug and alcohol abuse
  • Identity
  • Belonging
  • Lateral Violence
  • Cyber-bullying
  • Humour
  • or topics can be introduced by participants.

Particpants go away with a reinforced identity and a possible career pathway in the Arts as well as a more informed cultural strengthening by a sense of cultural wealth.

Collective Therapy workshops are held upon request. To book a workshop, contact us via this website or phone Debra Craib at Koorreen Enterprises on 0435 815 301.