Our facilitators are trained in non-coercive, strengths-based, and trauma-informed approaches, and we facilitate our programs in spaces that are accessible, supportive and inclusive.
We value the importance of participant autonomy and choice-making in our programs. We actively seek and incorporate participant feedback into the design and delivery of our programs.
Our programs are gender and culturally responsive, LGBTQIA+ friendly, and welcoming of people with disabilities and people with mental health conditions.
Relationships are central to our work. We recognise that connections build with time, both between people and organisations, and within oneself. We aim to create long-term partnerships and programs.