'Moving forward' - Dr Rob Gordon workshops

Dr Rob Gordon

The Asbestos Response Taskforce Community and Expert Reference Group has arranged to bring internationally recognised clinical psychologist and expert in community recovery, Dr Rob Gordon, back to Canberra to work with homeowners dealing with the emotional impact of the 'Mr Fluffy' legacy.

Rob will be facilitating three workshops on 21 February 2017, with the theme 'Moving Forward'. They are designed for 20 participants to maximise the opportunity to explore personal experiences.

Workshop details are as follows:
Session 1
Date:  Tuesday 21st February
Venue:  Belconnen Community Services
26 Chandler Street, Belconnen
Time: 11:10am - 12:50pm
Session 2
Date:  Tuesday 21st February
Venue: Woden Community Services (Smith Family Complex)
6 Easty Street (Cnr. Launceston & Easty Streets), Woden
Time:  2:15pm -3:30pm
Session 3
Date:  Tuesday 21st February
Venue: Woden Community Services (Smith Family Complex)
6 Easty Street (Cnr. Launceston & Easty Streets), Woden
Time:  6:30pm - 8:00pm

Light refreshments will be provided.

If you would like to participate, please phone 13 22 81 or email asbestostaskforce@act.gov.au, indicating which session you would like to attend.

Rob's sessions have proved popular in the past, so you are encouraged to register as soon as possible as places will be limited. There will be a waiting list if sessions book out or if you can't attend on this date. Future workshops are planned for mid 2017.

Video: Dealing with the emotional impact of the 'Mr Fluffy' legacy

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