101 of Being a Brotherboy

Member: $35
Student: $25
Non-Member: $50

1pm-3pm AEDT

This webinar has been organised by the LGBTQI+ Interest Group’s Leadership Group as a part of our efforts in:

– elevating and increasing the visibility of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people’s voices and community wisdom in the domains of genders, bodies, sexualities, and kinship,
– challenging systemic racism and colonising practices within LGBTQI+ spaces, within the counselling and psychotherapy fields, and across the mental health sector, and
– increasing PACFA members’ awareness and skills regarding the diversity of people’s gender, bodily, sexuality, and kinship inclusion needs.

In this webinar Kalkadoon and Begcolman brotherboy Taz Clay will discuss:

Having an identity crisis around sexuality or gender diversity is hard enough without an intersection of being from a different cultural background compared to the majority population of Australians and having to work through the different systems in place.


Taz Clay 

Taz Clay is a 22 year old Kalkadoon and Begcolman brotherboy, he uses his lived experience to educate around LGBTI health, suicide prevention in queer and Aboriginal and or Torres Strait Islander community, out of home care and Alcohol and other drugs support. His passion is to enforce a systemic change for greater health and wellbeing out comes for his communities. 

For PACFA Registrants, the webinar counts as 2 hours of Category A CPD (Continuing Professional Development)

Register via the PACFA PORTAL 


Cancellations made 5 or less working days prior to the course commencement date are non-refundable and cannot be transferred to a future course or event. 

Cancellations of more than 5 working days may apply for a refund. 

1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

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