AABAT Networking Event

AABAT Networking Event

A casual gathering for those involved or just interested in the field of Bush Adventure Therapy

May

26

to

May

26

Venue
Kangaroo Point Cliffs
Region
South East Queensland
Start
6:00 pm
Finish
8:30 pm
Host
Australian Association For Bush Adventure Therapy
Contact
Bryn Dunlop
Phone
0439 300 375
Email
bryn@aabat.org.au

A casual gathering of games and networking for those involved or just interested in the field of Bush Adventure Therapy. (There will be no lab coats at this event) – it’s is a good opportunity to share ideas and wisdom.

We would like to invite you to come along and share the programs and experiences that are happening in your world. Please bring along photos, posters or anything that will help others sees what is going on out in the Adventure Therapy world. This is an opportunity for people to see whats happening out there and learn from each other.

Everyone is welcome … please RSVP bryn@aabat.org.au

Venue
Kangaroo Point

AABAT is the Australian Association of Bush Adventure Therapy and represents a wide field of practice.

http://www.aabat.org.au

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