An inspiring evening that will empower you to help yourself or someone else through the hardest of life's challenges. We will have the difficult conversations that need to be had and shine the light on issues surrounding trauma, relationships scams, suicide and domestic violence.
Sharing our stories is a powerful way to help others heal and improve our own lives. Be inspired by the courage and resilience of our 4 speakers and learn new strategies to help you live life to the fullest.
ALESHA THOMSON, Hunt 4 Happy Blog
Trauma: Childhood trauma and the Hunt for Peace
Alesha is a survivor or childhood trauma. She will open up about the impact that this has had on her life and the judgement she has experienced along the way. This will be a real and raw account of what it is like to be on the inside and how people helped and hurt her along the way.
Relationship Scams: It's Simple Really...
Sharon Armstrong is a justice worker, author and public speaker. In 2011 Sharon found herself arrested in Argentina charged with being a drug mule. She had become a victim of a romance, money and drug scam. Sharon shares with her audiences how she continues to build her resilience and wellbeing and how she stays focused on the future.
SHARON ARMSTRONG, Author
RUTH KENNY, Mind Coach
Suicide: When the helper needed help
Ruth is the mother of two boys, Jake and Ronan, and wife to husband Mark. Ruth and Mark came to New Zealand from Ireland in 2007. Despite appearing to have it all in June 2020 Ruth attempted to end her life. Ruth is sharing her experience to give people like her hope. Ruth has not only survived but is thriving, she now the proud owner of her coaching business, Ruth Kenny Mind Coach.
SARAH BROWN, She Is Not Your Rehab
Domestic Violence: She Is Not Your Rehab
Sarah is a celebrant, writer, and producer who is passionate about their mandate of ‘creating violence free communities’. Together with her husband Matt Brown, they co-founded She Is Not Your Rehab and have just launched their first book; a NZ Bestseller with the goal to encourage intergenerational healing.
64 McFaddens Road, St Albans, Christchurch
Free car parking available on site for 100 cars and overflow parks on surrounding streets.