Bila Muuji delivered a Deadly Thinking Workshop in Dubbo

Thursday, May 10, 2018

Bila Muuji delivered a Deadly Thinking Workshop in Dubbo today, facilitated by Uncle Jimmy and Pam.

Deadly Thinking is a social, emotional well-being and suicide prevention program specifically designed for Indigenous communities, confronting core social and mental well-being issues in a culturally appropriate, accessible and compelling way.
A big thank you to all that attended.




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