Dulwich Centre Foundation works within Australia and in many different countries with children, young people and adults who have experienced significant adversity.
As a not-for-profit charitable organisation, we respond to groups and communities facing mental health difficulties as the result of significant hardships (trauma, violence, drug and alcohol issues, grief and loss, poverty, racism, discrimination, dispossession, war, and so on).
The work of our Foundation involves:
The Dulwich Centre Foundation is linked with Dulwich Centre which, over the last 30 years, has established a national and international reputation in relation to the development, provision, and training of narrative therapy and community work. Methodologies developed at Dulwich Centre are taught in many university courses, and adopted by many counselling, mental health, and community organisations both in Australia and overseas.
Dulwich Centre Foundation’s current projects include:
Dulwich Centre Foundation’s current international projects include:
Dulwich Centre Foundation would like to acknowledge the support of:
We would also like to acknowledge the support of:
We work with partners throughout Australia and different parts of the world. To learn more, click here.
We are currently involved in a wide range of narrative projects. We invite your participation as we continue to expand the boundaries of narrative practice. If you are interested in these projects and themes or have ideas for others, please contact us!