BBQ night at Brookfield with William Diplock on Monday 18 September

Our next BBQ night is on Monday 18 September at the Brookfield Centre, 139 Brookfield Road Kenmore Hills. Our presenter is William Diplock. William is well known to many of us as a teaching elder on MROP, as a counsellor and a spiritual director. William will be discussing men in relationships. Men often struggle to make sense of what is going on in our relationships with our partners and children. We don’t always recognise our pain or handle it well. William will give us insight into how men can foster relationships of health, vitality and harmony.

The evening commences at 6.30pm and will conclude by 9pm. A BBQ dinner is provided. The cost is $15 for regulars, free for any guests who have not attended a Centre for Men event in the past. This will be a great evening for every man who wants to grow in his personal relationships with partners, children and friends. We hope you can join us.

To confirm your attendance, please RSVP by Thursday 14 September by emailing admin@cfma.org.au to help us with catering.

About William Diplock

William operates a Private Practice in Ashgrove, Brisbane.  He previously was the Manager of a Counselling and Training Service in Brisbane. He holds a Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology) and a Masters in Counselling.  He has decades of experience as a counsellor and supervisor, and has extensive experience and training in couple and family counselling. He is a co-founder with his wife of Gender Equity and Reconciliation in Australia. William provides training workshops throughout Queensland.  He is the past State (Qld) President for the Australian Association of Relationship Counsellors (AARC).

 

About Richard Fay

Richard is the CEO of the Centre for Men, has a background as a pastor and spent many years in the corporate sector. He has a masters in counselling and a diploma in ministry, and has a heart to champion men, women, marriages and families. Richard is married to his wife Judy and has three sons.

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