5 Ways to Wellbeing Session Keep Learning - Embrace new experiences
Posted on: 24.07.2017
A free screening of the documentary “Embrace” will take place next Wednesday 26 July at Picton High School. It is part of a series of sessions from Council’s 5 Ways to Wellbeing program aimed at increasing awareness about wellbeing in the community, and to give young people the skills to help them identify issues and seek support.
Judith Hannan, Mayor for Wollondilly is a strong supporter of the 5 Ways to Wellbeing program saying, “The showing of the documentary “Embrace” is key to starting a much-needed conversation about what we can do to embrace body diversity, so that we can encourage our young people to embrace their bodies and to prioritise true health and positive wellbeing.”
Team members from Brand New Day Female Support Inc., Therese Easter and Belinda Messer, will be attending to facilitate the conversation and provide information on body image, embracing body diversity and leading a healthy life.
Date: Wednesday 26 July
Time: 6.30 - 8.30pm
Venue: Picton High School, 480 Argyle St, Picton
Light supper will be provided and lucky door prizes.
Please note - The documentary “Embrace” is targeted at Young Women and is classified M. It is recommended for teenagers 15 years and over as it contains full frontal nudity which may cause some offence.
Information from the Body Image Movement
- The Documentary is creating a mind-shift on how women and girls think about their bodies and value themselves.
- EMBRACE tells the story of Taryn Brumfitt’s journey from body loather to body lover - an Australian wife and mother who embarks on an international crusade to change the way we think and feel about our bodies.
Please contact Council’s Community Project Officer Sharon Hartnett on 02 4677 1100 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP for the events.