CEO and Founder
Institute of non-violence
Hala is a highly qualified and experienced group facilitator, trainer, and practitioner, specialising in family violence, diversity, equity and inclusion.
She holds a BSc (Psychology); BA (Criminology); Master of Social Work; Adv Dip in Group Facilitation; and Cert IV in TAE. She is also a Vincent Fairfax Fellow and is currently undertaking psychodrama core training. Hala has lived, worked and travelled in over 50 countries, is multilingual and has worked across NFP, government and private sectors.
What Her Clients Say:
"100% of respondents said they’d recommend the training to others. The attendees particularly appreciated the intersectional approach, which made the training more relevant to their work. "
"We were impressed with Hala’s understanding of intersectionality, her passion and commitment to addressing Domestic and Family Violence by working with men."
"Hala's specialisation in family violence allows her to apply her knowledge and skills in nuanced ways. In particular, Hala is a leader in responding to migrant and refugee communities, queer communities, and those engaged in the criminal legal system."