Busselton non-profit Paperbark Wellness Project expands six-week program, Mind-Craft

Daniela Cooper
By Daniela Cooper
Updated August 9 2022 - 3:34am, first published August 3 2022 - 5:43am
RESILIENCE: Founder Genevieve Morrissey says feedback from parents is that the program created a space of "safety, trust, openness and no judgement". Picture: Supplied.

A mental health program for children is being expanded following a successful pilot program in May and a sold-out course starting this week in Dunsborough.


Daniela Cooper

Daniela has returned to her first love after a decade of working in local, state and federal governments, non-profits and the corporate world. She has a passion for injustice; to be a voice for those who don't have one; to hold power to account; and to bring readers the news without fear. She loves to explore new places and unfamiliar topics (both in her professional and private life) but her go-to loves are travel, health, social justice, foreign affairs and the outdoors. Email daniela.cooper@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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