These programs involve intensive work with participants through yarning, time with Elders, reflection, goal setting, challenging behaviours. Participants will leave with having set some goals that will take them forward on their life journey.
Aboriginal Men, Youth and Elders:
The Deadly Days program is a one day program available to Aboriginal man, youth or Elders needing cultural support and wishing to take part in a range of activities a more intensive one day program.
This will usually take place locally, in a bush setting and could involve any of the following:
Yarning Circles and Camp fire yarning
Reconnecting to the school system
Men’s Business – Smoking Ceremonies
Strong men - respecting women - raising strong kids - healthy families
Respect yourself - Cultural mentoring
Making didjeridoos, clapsticks, art therapy
One-on –one yarning, walk ‘n’ talk with an Elder
Cultural Awareness – Connecting to Your Culture,
Who's your mob?
Deadly Days are also available for a range of other groups including Aboriginal women and girls, or non-Aboriginal groups of any kind and can be easily tailor made to suit your groups needs. Call Larry to plan for your group.