Upcoming Sessions

Counterpart conducts free information sessions on a regular basis. Coming to an information session is a great way to access information and connect with others in a similar situation.

Information sessions are coordinated by Counterpart staff and involve medical, allied health and other specialists, including creative therapists.

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Cancellations Policy

If we do not have enough people enrolled one week before a session is scheduled we will cancel the session and inform anyone who has booked. This also allows the speaker sufficient time to make other plans. We hope that cancelling a session is never necessary but also realise that having only a small number of people attending a session is no longer workable.

Bone metastases and breast cancer (webinar)

Date: Wednesday, 22/04/2020
Time: 12.00pm–1.00pm

Location: Webinar

Join the webinar from home on a computer, tablet or phone. Women with metastatic cancer breast cancer can also attend a screening in Ballarat or attend a screening at our Resource Centre in Melbourne. Bone metastases or 'bone mets' occur when cancer cells from the primary (breast) tumor relocate to the bone.  Bones are the most common site of recurrence

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POSTPONED – Transformation through doll making

Date: Monday, 27/04/2020
Time: 11.00am–1.00pm

Location: Counterpart Resource Centre

In this creative and fun workshop we will explore the themes of shedding and surrendering to change in our lives, through doll making and creative art processes. You will make your own personal doll that symbolizes your wisdom and learning, what you are leaving behind and who you are becoming.

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Qi gong

Date: Thursday, 30/04/2020
Time: 11.00am–12.30pm

Location: Webinar

THIS MAY RUN AS A WEBINAR, PLEASE REGISTER YOUR INTEREST AND WE WILL CONFIRM VIA EMAIL ON APRIL 2. Qi gong is a gentle self-care exercise technique which originated in China and is widely practised for health promotion and prevention of disease. Qi gong practice can help with balance, flexibility and strength. It also calms

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