10 Jul 2024
Live Stream
Complimentary Seminar

She Is Not Your Rehab – Creating Violence-Free Communities

Breaking the cycle of intergenerational trauma for men who use violence

Engaging men in the conversation around preventing intimate partner violence

“Your childhood trauma wasn’t your fault, but your healing now is your responsibility.” Sarah Brown MNZM, Co-Founder, She is not your Rehab

In this powerful 1.5-hour seminar, Sarah Brown (featuring Matt Brown) shares the She Is Not Your Rehab innovative approach to addressing family violence, emphasising the pivotal role of community and collective healing in breaking the cycle of intergenerational trauma while passionately advocating for healthy masculinity role modeling. 

Sarah and Matt encourage men to overcome shame while taking responsibility for their healing. In this seminar, Sarah will address her passion for creating and sustaining violence-free communities as well as her commitment to inspire a transformative journey towards healthy relationships and cultural shifts that challenge ingrained norms to foster a safer, more empathetic, and holistic society.

Attend and explore

Learn from our journey – grassroots initiative to a global movement – how to evolve a message

Learn about the ’She is not your rehab’ innovative family violence prevention approach

Unpack the role of the community in collective healing

Address overcoming shame and healing from trauma

Talk about the definition of healthy masculinity

Meet your facilitator

Sarah Brown MNZM, Co-Founder, She is not your Rehab

A New Zealand Māori (Ngāpuhi/Te Rarawa) wāhine, Sarah is a writer and producer who is passionate about the mandate of ‘creating violence-free communities’ and has worked alongside partner Matt Brown to re-define the way we communicate about family violence with creativity and innovation. 

Since 2018, Sarah, through ‘She is not your rehab’, has partnered with the NZ Ministry of Social Development as an ambassador for their ‘It’s not OK Campaign’ and was funded to develop and launch an app; InnerBoy to promote accessible healing for indigenous men.

Who should attend:

This seminar is intended for anyone working in the family violence sector, or whose work touches the lives of those impacted by family, domestic, or sexual violence. This includes:

  • Specialists or clinicians
  • Lawyers and legal aid/support
  • Support Staff
  • Teachers
  • Police & justice services
  • Social workers
  • Therapists
  • Community leaders
  • Policy advisors
  • Peak bodies and advocacy groups
  • Researchers

* Acknowledgment: While DFV comes in many forms and can be used and experienced by any gender, research has shown that men are by far the most common perpetrators of DFV, and cause the most harm. This seminar focuses on engaging adult male clients who perpetrate DFV.

Agenda

At The Hatchery, our mission is to connect people with knowledge to inspire change and we are offering this seminar, at no cost, to inspire that change for anyone working in the family violence sector, or whose work touches the lives of those impacted by family, domestic, or sexual violence.

All times are shown in AEST

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