Supporting Defence  & Veterans
Supporting Defence & Veterans

Supporting Defence & Veterans

This is our symbol, and we offer mediation, counselling, and support incorporating the arts.
We offer services to you combining head (cognition), heart (empathy), and hand (practice)!









Here you are currently close to a defense ship.
Peace facilitation can involve the sharing of personal & social experiences through storytelling & asking reflective questions to ease tensions +Paper One


Paper One – Supporting Defence Members and Veterans. Click here: WordTridentSCSeaPDF


This amazing statue features a moment where a defence member greets a child, probably following their duty tour.
When investigating living situations and careers associated with maritime activities, one needs to be mindful of the hazards that can arise from objects ranging from icebergs to sharks.


Capturing the true essence of natural landscapes and war memorials is a difficult task, even for the most dedicated people.

“Who wants to live forever” (Queen, 1986, “A Kind of Magic”). Make memories with friends here, and maybe through their memories, you’ll learn about the people who sacrificed themselves for peace and security.

The negative impacts of war can take various forms, including biological, demographic, political, psychological, and technological effects.

Paper Two – Defence and Veteran Suicide Prevention. Revisiting the Past and Facilitating Current Reform. Defence&VeteranPDF


What it could be like to work and sleep on an aircraft carrier is reflected in this photo.
Writer Rudyard Kipling wrote about the British Tommy in his famous late nineteenth-century work. He posited, “For it’s Tommy this, an’ Tommy that, an’ “Chuck him out, the brute! “But it’s “Saviour of ‘is country” when the guns begin to shoot”.


The ANZAC Hill in Alice Springs, located in the Northern Territory of Australia, is showcased in this audiovisual. Paper One (above) is there for your further reading.

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