Fairytale Fanatical Winter Warmer Panel Discussion
Join us as we launch the first Fairytale fanatical Winter Warmer Panel Discussion Series, ONLINE.
Hosted by psychotherapist, Anita Bentata, based on her book, “The Wolf in a Suit”.
Delve into Anita’s work using fairytales to explore the power of Arts, Culture and Storytelling in building healthy and sustainable relationships, resilience and community to thrive no matter the disasters that we must overcome.
With guest speaker and nationally touring Indigenous comedian Mia Stanford and Gipps Youth Indigenous Leader and “All Mob” advisory panelist Chloe Bethune and Holistic Practitioner Adhana Hunter, (some of us!) will dress up as our favourite characters, or make our own, and together playfully explore the story of “Little Red Riding Hood”, and how it’s characters and storyline might relate to our own personal stories, relationships and community resilience.
Dress up and join us to add your creative flare to this interactive, fun learning experience.
Look forward to seeing you there!
Anita Bentata (The Del Reyes Foundation) and Belinda Harton (Gipps Youth Club)
*** If you are under genuine financial hardship, please contact Belinda at firstname.lastname@example.org or ring Belinda on 0455 935 184
Thank you to funding by the Victorian Government which has contributed to the possibility of this event.
Optional: buy the book The Wolf in a Suit
The book contains 10 tales, with Anita’s unique re-interpretation, providing valuable information about relationships, trauma, family, stress, abuse and more. Anita’s story and wisdom from her work as a psychotherapist.Back to Program